robot hobbyists on a budget. Beyond a bit of manic biped waddling, the robot can rotate and tilt its upper body for more effective knockout blows in the arena, but the functionality stops there. The unit runs on 4 AA batteries, and can be programmed over USB with a Windows XP computer, with an optional wireless control available. Be sure to peep the videos to find out exactly what we mean by "manic" waddling.
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