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Java "Robosapien" Robot Speaks Up During Strukhoff SYS-CON.TV Interview Print E-mail
Red Eyes and Tottering Gait Indicate Rough Night for the Robot
RS Media, a "robosapien" invented by a fellow named Mark Tilden and distributed by a company called WowWee, was interviewed at JavaOne 2007 by SYS-CON.TV founder and host Roger Strukhoff. Despite the interviewer's best attempts at providing a steady hand and steady conversation, the robot seemed to crack a bit under the pressure of the hot TV lights and potential worldwide audience in the billions.

The robot also made an appearance on-stage with Father of Java James Gosling and Sun's Bernard Travers during the annual "Toy Show" presentation on the final day of the conference. Davin Sufer, CTO of WowWee, and Travers presented a dancing robot show, in fact.

RS Media is described by Tilden as "a toylike biomorphic robot (whose) movements are preprogrammed but can also be controlled by an infrared remote control included with the toy, by a personal computer equipped with an infrared transmitter, or by an infrared transmitter-equipped PDA." Robosapien is advertised as "The robot that thinks it's a human."

RS Media is customizable by way of a PC through the marvels of Java technology with LCD display, sensors, motors, accessible APIs, USB port, and other technology. The robots and developer kits have been on sale throughout the Conference, available only at the show.

Traversat staged a memorable scene of three Robosapiens dancing in unison to the song "I Will Survive."

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