Latest in WowWee Elmo Coding Robot Introduces Kids to STEM
By Steve Crowe · 3 January, 2017 • WowWee Robotics and Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit organization behind Sesame Street, are co-developing the Elmoji Coding Robot. Designed for children three years and older, Elmoji teaches children basic programming skills using the "language" of visual emojis.WowWee Lumi Drone Designed for Indoor Gaming
By Steve Crowe · 3 May, 2016 • WowWee is entering the toy drone space with the Lumi drone, a self-stabilizing quadcopter designed for indoor gaming.WowWee Shows New AI-Based Robot Toys at CES
By Steve Crowe · 4 January, 2016 • WowWee Robotics will debut CHiP the robot dog, R.E.V. AIR drones, and LUMI drones at CES 2016 in Las Vegas.Meet WowWee’s REV App-enabled Robotic Enhanced Vehicles
By RT Staff · 1 November, 2015 • WowWee's Robotic Enhanced Vehicles (REV) smartphone-controlled cars that are built for speed and battle. REVs think and fight for themselves and are equipped with BeaconSense technology, a proprietary indoor GPS system that enables them to sense their surroundings and navigate accordingly. REVs are hardwired to outwit, outplay and outlast YOU, their human opponents.Will Robot Dogs Replace Man’s Best Friend?
By Steve Crowe · 1 October, 2015 • Robot pets are still in their infancy, but roboticists say they'll one day be able to read your emotions and respond accordingly. Their memory will even be transferable to an upgraded model to give you a companion for life.WowWee Adds Dancing MiPosaur Robot, REV App-Controlled Cars
By Steve Crowe · 8 January, 2015 • WowWee Robotics introduced at CES 2015 the gesture-controlled MiPosaur robot and REV app-controlled cars. Both new products will be available later in 2015.WowWee MiP Gesture-Controlled Robot
By RT Staff · 29 December, 2014 • WowWee Robotics' MiP is a gesture-controlled robot with emotions that wants to play with you. MiP interacts with you while rolling around on its two rubber wheels, dancing to music and even expressing its emotions with shouts and groans.
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