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Robot Toys

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Mya Loguidice

on 6 October 2014

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Robot Toys
The 19th Lord of Uranos' Kingdom's Tempest Domain, Drossel Juno Vierzehntes Heizregister Furstin von Flugel
Drossel is, yes, a queen.
She is from the show Fireball, an anime on Disney Channel.
Drossel has 16 joints... Shes a big little one.
She is built from reference shots, movie posters, screen gabs, etc
Built from reference shots, movie posters, screen gabs, etc.
The body of Wall-E is made from medium density fiberboard (MDF) which can be found at Home Depot.
The head is made from foam board and layers of heavy matte paper.
The arms are made from aluminum tubing skinned with paper and the hands are resin casted from an MDF master.
The electronics used in Wall-E consist of a Futaba 10CAP 2.4 GHz radio, Vantec RDFR-36 speed controller, and CF Sound III for the MP3 audio system.
Robot Toys
Robot toys are to entertain young children.
Robot toys are used in many homes and in toy stores as a demonstration.
Some robots have many joints while others have few. The least a robot can have is 4.
The number of joints the robot has is based on its shape and what the robot is supposed to be able to do.

RoboMe has 7 joints and 2 wheels
It was originally made for those with apple
but soon changed for Apple and Android.
It would but cool if it moved on its own but you have to use a remote control.
RoboMe won the 3.0 award in 2013.
It created more jobs because inventors are trying to make apps for it.
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