The program's user friendly graphical drag and drop interface makes it easy to create fun powerful scripts that make your robot dance and act in funny
performances that you design. The current publicly available version only supports the original Robosapien. The next version is not out yet, but it was used in-house to make the teaser video. That version supports the entire WowWee robot family line; including the original Robosapien, the Robosapien V2, the Roboraptor, and the Robopet.
Version 3, when it is released, will contain two other exciting features which include the original ability to command your robot using just your voice instead of using the complex remote control, and the ability to instantly share scripts with other users via a script bank. These can be scripts that you created or scripts created by others."
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