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Turtle Tot Robot by Flexible Systems
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Tasman Turtle Robot by Denning International
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Terrapin Turtle Robot by Terrapin Inc.
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    Turtle Tot Robot by Flexible Systems - Denning Branch International : - - Denning Branch International, the trading name for the private Australian company Branch & Associates Pty Ltd, (B&A), released its first robot product, the Tasman Turtle, in 1979.

    The Tasman Turtle by Denning International - The Tasman Turtle is an inexpensive and easy to control mobil robot which allows you to explore all concepts of robotics. Tasman moves, turns, draws, beeps, blinks and feels with its touch sensors- it can even talk with an addition of a optional speech board. From a novice programmer to the artifical intelligence expert, Tasman Turtles provide a fun way to try out even the most sophicastes robotics concepts. Branch & Associates, (B&A), later - Denning Branch International - released its first robot product, the Tasman Turtle, in 1979. This LOGO educational turtle featured speech recognition, speech synthesis, electronic compass, touch sensors, drawing pen, stepper motor motion control, infra red RS232 interface and expansions ports.

    Denning Branch International : - - Denning Branch International, the trading name for the private Australian company Branch & Associates Pty Ltd, (B&A), released its first robot product, the Tasman Turtle, in 1979. Terrapin Turtle Robot by Terrapin Inc.

Terrapin Turtle Robot by Terrapin Inc. - Professor Minsky designed and built some of the first mechanical hands with tactile sensors, visual scanners, and their software and computer interfaces. He also designed and built the first LOGO "turtle." [RH-2010 - again, Minsky one one of a team involved in the building of the original turtle.] This is through the Courtesy of: cyberneticzoo.com a history of cybernetic animals and early robots.


Source: My Collection, The Internet, Denning Branch International - Updated 08-14-2009