During the recent International Tokyo Toy Show 2012 last June 14, Tomy introduced an interactive robot dog called i-SODOG. This is a follow-up to the i-SOBOT, a bipedal robot released in 2007. i-SODOG is intended for customers of all ages.
Other than controlling the toy’s movements via smartphone app or the special-purpose controller, the i-SODOG features biometric sensor in its nose which allows the robots to interact with each other. The toy can also dance in time to downloaded music. It can also move autonomously by its sensors in its back and head, and two microphones, and it can recognize about 50 spoken words which can make the robot respond to commands like shaking hands and sitting. Check out the cool i-SODOG video below. Would you buy one of these?
Source: DigInfo TV