The modular dwelling system “Walking House” is capable of moving in speeds of up to 60 meters per hour and it enables persons to “live a peaceful nomadic life, moving slowly through the landscape or cityscape with minimal impact on the environment.”
Simply press the nose on Kim, an alarm clock inspired by mid-20th century science fiction, and her eyes light up red as she states the current time with her robot voice.
Kota the Triceratops, the 3 foot tall plush animated robot dinosaur that your child can ride (if they are 60 pounds and under), is now available in the USA and Europe.
Remember that cool Amphibious Robot Snake that was covered here at GeekAlerts back in June? It looks like that snake has a sister named Anna Konda, living on land and spending her days fighting fires.
A brand new review by one of the first owners of WowWee’s revolutionary Rovio home spy robot has just been posted over at the great Robots-Dreams.com website.
Wrex The Dawg, WowWee’s cool robot junkyard dog (previously featured here at GeekAlerts), has finally popped up in online stores in the USA for ordering.
Earlier this month we saw the Shiny R/C Dalek and now fans of the British 60s sci-fi TV series “Doctor Who” can wake up with an alarm clock version of the Skaro habitant.
WowWee’s first female robot ever, Femisapien, is now available for purchase for $99.99 USD. She’s been spotted for sale at Amazon.com, Target and WowWee’s online store.
Someone has turned the shiny Cyberdyne Systems Terminator robot into a DVD player.
This cool looking “digital” clock, created by Software architect Steve Norris, uses a robot arm and 14 numbered cards to display the current time.
The first detailed review ever of WowWee’s Femisapien robot (see previous sneak peek videos) is now online. Check out the video from RobotsRule:
Robot maker CrabFu is using spare servos from R/C aircraft to create his cool little robots. One of his most recent creations is this tortoise.
Want to show your love for the Transformers robots, but still feel a full body costume is a little too much? A pair of these shoes might be just the ticket – although you will need to have quite small feet to wear them.
I’m sure you are all familiar with the Evolution of Dance video. It’s still the most viewed video of all time over at the YouTube website.
Pixar’s animated film about the adorable WALL-E robot has its world premiere today. If you can’t get enough of this trash-compacting fellow, you can now bring him home in the shape of a TV game.
This shiny retro style robot USB drive is not only a great looking accessory, he will also be able to carry around your most important data.
ACM-R5 is the name of this awesome, and quite scary, amphibious robot snake – developed by the people at the Hirose Fukushima Lab in Japan.
This cuddly lion from the WowWee “Alive” line of robot animals, displayed at CES 2008, is no available for pre-order (due to be released August 21).
As part of a WowWee’s new “Insider Video” series, two clips giving a sneak peek at some of Femisapien’s more advanced features have been released.
Here’s a brand new video of WowWee’s upcoming Wrex The Dawg robot.