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Has anyone seen the Pleo Robot yet? I got this link in my email today... Or Project NAO ?

Pleo is a robot toy modeled after a dinosaur believed to have lived during the late Jurassic period. The toy is manufactured by Ugobe Labs, a company based in Emeryville, California that specializes in the design and manufacture of lifelike robots. Pleo is intended for use by adults and children nine years of age or older.
...Pleo is equipped with numerous sensors and servos.
This is from a techtarget report:
Pleo - robot

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nerfer1929 years ago
i saw the pleo thing in the brookstone shop for bots catalogue. although this is an old forum, and i saw it like a week ago.
Goodhart (author)  nerfer1929 years ago
Yeah, when I started this, it was just being reported on at TechRepublic
Goodhart (author) 9 years ago
Here is a site nearly forgot about: "Neuro-Robootics"
Goodhart (author)  Goodhart9 years ago
And of course there is the advertisement on site: i-SoBot
Goodhart (author) 9 years ago
On a similar subject: Project Nao

Project Nao, also called the Nao Project, is an ongoing venture dedicated to the development and mass production of an intelligent humanoid robot for the consumer market. The project is a joint effort between Aldebaran Robotics of Paris, France and designers Thomas Knoll and Erik Arlen. Nao, which looks like a large doll wearing a space suit, is intended primarily for entertainment. It is expected to become popular among teenagers and young adults.

The physical machine is built in an android form with two legs, two arms and a head. It measures 58 centimeters (approximately 2 feet) in height. The onboard microcomputer, also known as a robot controller, is based on the Linux operating platform and uses a programming language called Urbi. A GUI (graphical user interface) is available for use by beginners.

Project Nao was launched in 2005 and has undergone several revisions since then. The robot, scheduled for public release in 2008, includes features such as:

speech recognition
speech synthesis
a built-in digital camera
hand-like end effectors
Wi-Fi connectivity
flexible motion with 25 degrees of freedom.

Aldebaran: Project Nao
Goodhart (author)  Goodhart9 years ago
Oh well, I thought it was kind of cool.
Goodhart (author) 9 years ago
I hope my link is not to a "members only" connection. That would be embarrassing.
. Worked OK for me. . Glad to get to see a larger version of your pic. That's great. I'll have to show my sister (she has a Bassett).
Goodhart (author)  NachoMahma9 years ago
I guess it is too new to have been "sperimented with" ;-)
Goodhart (author)  Goodhart9 years ago
More about it can be found here: The Pleo Bot robot...link