i-Cybie Artificial Intelligence Robotic Dog
I bought it for: $75.00 Canadian $
- Sixteen motors which will allow i-
Cybie to roll over, lie down, dance, shake and even pee.
- Has the capabilities to resemble movements
of a real dog.
- Recognizes 2 separate voice activated
- Wags its tail when happy and responds
- Eye color changes to show mood and
- Manual supplies
- Charger and battery packs supplied
- Also comes in Bronze
- Ninety day warranty
- Measures from nose to tail it is 33 centimeters (13 inches)
long and 30 centimeters (12 inches) high and 17.7 centimeters
(7 inches) wide.
- Weighs 1.8 Kilograms (4 pounds)
A robotic dog that is fun and that almost everyone can afford.
A dream come true for people who would like a dog but suffer
with asthma. A real dog has hair, the iCybie dog has no hair
and there is no clean up either. No dog walking and there will
not be any furniture to chew on either. Could this be the new
i-Cybie robotic dog, the future dog that you would want to own
|This loving, lovable
pet is much more than a battery operated toy. Can you say advanced
"artificial intelligence" with an array of sensors
and motors which give him a remarkably life like qualities. Sixteen
motors give this doggie its full range of motion. The dog will
roll over, lie down, dance, shake and lift a leg to pee. Infrared
sensors help i-Cybie's puppy get accustomed to his surroundings.
He will turn away from objects which are in his path blocking
his way. He will operate threw two voice - recognition programming
which help him learn his owner's commands. You can only use one
program per start up season with the dog. Use either the talk
program which has selected voice commands that you can learn.
Or you can use clapping commands to activate some dog functions.
The i-Cybie is obediently able to follow your voice commands.
Held in your hand is a supplied wireless remote control which
has the i-cyber dog performing one of twelve PRE - programmed
behaviors and actions.
||Programmed to be friendly and affectionate, i-Cybie
wags his tail when happy and cheers up when pressure- and heat-
sensitive sensors will detect a loving pat. When it gets dark,
a light sensors in i-Cybie's head tell him it's time to sleep.
And if he's hungry, he won't chew shoes or knock over garbage
cans - he'll just go into a sitting lotus position to let you
know he needs his battery recharged.
Caustion: We found that real dogs do not get along with iCybie
and may try to eat it.
Runs on one 12 volt rechargeable pack and 3 LR44 button - cell
The remote uses 2 AAA batteries (included). We had a lot of fun
with it during the holidays. You do decide to get one too I think
that you will have fun to. However it will never replace the
company you get from having a real dog. So Mojo your home is
still our home.