Peter Dilworth from MIT developed a bipedal dinosaur robot called Troody. This autonomous robot has sensors, joints and on-board computer to guide it to walk, run and jump.
MIT’s Leg Laboratory is one of the premier robotics research labs in the U.S. This lab created the Uniroo and 3D Biped robots, which appeared in the film “Rising Sun.” Devoted to developing dynamic-legged robots, Leg Laboratory has developed one-legged…
ROBO3 launched a raptor robot named Alpo in 2001. It made headlines because it was South Korea's first robotic dinosaur that walked on two legs. Alpo walks at a rate of 1.4 meters per minute and maintains balance by swaying its neck and tail while walking,…
TMSUK, Sanyo and Omron developed a dinosaur based security robot called Banryu T7S Type 1. It can be controlled from a distance and responds to simple human voice commands.
TMSUK, Sanyo and Omron developed a dinosaur based security robot called Banryu T7S Type 2. It has quiet walk mechanism that allows stealth monitoring of establishments.
BeRobot is a tiny entertainment humanoid robot created by GeStream Technology, Inc. The Guinness Book of World Records recognized it as the world’s smallest humanoid robot.
The versatile Bioloid Premium robot is an educational robot. It comes in a robot kit with parts and instructions. A biped humanoid robot, it can walk and has a remote control.
Blazor is a raptor robot toy developed by Bossa Nova. It equipped with sensors and iloveRobots’ Animotion technology. This robot will swiftly chase whatever it recognizes as prey while avoiding obstacles in its path. Blazor's sensors allow it to interact…
PLEO is a baby dinosaur robot with realistic appearance and natural motion thanks to force-feedback and surface detection sensors. It's upgradeable via USB or SD card.
WowWee’s Roboraptor is an exciting way for kids ages 8 and above to have some interactive dinosaur fun. This animated robot can easily switch from friendly to hunter mode.
Advance Industrial Science and Technology developed a bipedal dinosaur robot called T-REX that can roar and walk on its two feet. It has 27 joint axes and has a realistic motion.