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Discovery Zone ZBop Robot by 21st Centrury Robotics

Zbop Robot
Zbop Robot
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Zbop Robot
Zbop Robot
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Zbop Robot
Zbop Robot
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Zbop Robot
Zbop Robot
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Zbop Robot
Zbop Robot
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Discovery Zone ZBop Robot by 21st Centrury Robotics

The Discovery Zone ZBop Robot operates on a basic R/C control system of servos and switches. On this model there are 5 channels that control his movements, his arm, his head tilt and sound. On board processors and amps provide the functionality of the sound generation from the buttons on his chest, the cassette input for music, voice and listening.

An onboard Nady wireless system provides the operator with a remote way to talk thru the Robot and hear what is being said to him. Lights light up his eyes and mouth when he speaks. His arm raises and lowers and his head tilts up and down. A switch allows either the music or the button noises to be played thru the sound system while speaking.

Kids find his row of four buttons especially engaging. They will light up and play random noises and cartoon voices each time one is pushed. The same noise will not be played twice by the same button and kids are eager to hear what each button will do next. He also plays music using a cassette player system and an onboard stereo with two speakers.

Children will dance and sing along with the appropriate music and Zbop is able to join them with some simulated dance moves and singing of his own. He is powered by two electric wheel chair motors and two 12 volt sealed gel batteries with an onboard recharging system. A Vantec 200 is used to coordinate the forward, backward and turning movement of the two drives.



Source: internet, My Collection - Updated 05-14-2017