Welcome BIOLOID to the world's first truly diverse and interchangeable robot platform.That's awesome! But -- just like a complete double rainbow -- I can't help wondering what it all means.
The Bioloid Multi-bot is the first robot of its kind to be built around serially controlled servo technology. This allows the user to construct a wide variety of robot configurations, including the autonomous exploration robot, quadruped puppy robot, hexapod spider robot, dinosaur robot and bi-pedal humanoid...all with one controller board.
The Bioloid is a robot kit where the user can build anything they desire, just like the Lego sets. But unlike the Lego sets, the robot is built with blocks that are actuated, so the joints can move. The name "Bioloid" comes from the words "Bio" + "all" + "oid" meaning that any living thing can be built in the form of a robot.Well, the vagina is a living thing, official Bioloid Expert Humanoid Robot Kid User's Guide. Can I build that in the form of a robot? Actually, don't answer that. Please.
With the use of a distance sensor, sound sensor, and feedback from the joints, the robot can be programmed to operate autonomously. For example, you can build a robot dog that gets up when it hears a clap and sits down when it hears two claps, or a robot that bows when a person comes close. You can also make a robot that avoids obstacles or a robot that plays with a ball. A robot that can move by the pressing of buttons or by using the remote control (option) can also be built. Using the provided software, even people without a background in robotics can easily program these kinds of robot movements.You know, I've seen plenty of robot-themed movies, and building robots that operate autonomously rarely ends well for anybody who isn't the robot. And do we really want "people without a background in robotics" building things that can think and act on their own? I might as well just resign myself to having my organs harvested for use in giant battery pods when the machines inevitably take over.
I realize this probably sounds rather negative. And it is. But I'm a big believer in the following tenet: If you can't beat the rush of oncoming robot apocalypse, you should join it.
The user is responsible for any accidents that occur while building the robot. Before starting, please remember the following.
Read and study the manual before starting.
The recommended age for this product is 12 years and older. Those under 15 years must work under supervision.
Only use the recommended tools and do not use any dangerous tools, such as knives or drills.
Do not work on this product if you are feeling sick or feel fatigue, and especially under influence of alcohol.
Keep the robot away from your face.
Keep the robot or its parts away from children.
Be careful not to get your finger be caught between the joints.
Resistance is futile. Your human mind will be broken.
ZRRRKKT! DIE, FLESHBAG!!