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Pleo Dinosaur Product Info

Pleo Dinosaur Product Info

THE WORLD'S FIRST LIFE FORM - Pleo The Robotic Dinosaur. Can a long-extinct dinosaur species be resurrected? UGOBE designers and engineers studied the long extinct Camarasaurus, a dinosaur from the Jurassic period. Pleo, a UGOBE Life Form is the authentic recreation born from that study. UGOBE's designers and engineers recreated Pleo's physiology from the fossils of the original. His height and weight are consistent with that of a one-week old infant Camarasaurus.

Pleo - Robotic Dinosaur is a 'designer species'. He incorporates all the basic traits of autonomous life. He is specifically engineered and enhanced to mimic life and relate to his owner on a personal level.

Pleo dinosaur is equipped with senses for sight, sound, and touch. Pleo learns as he explores his environment. He will exhibit genuine reactions to sensory stimuli. Every Pleo begins life with certain tendencies but, interaction with his environment has subtle effects on his behavior. Every Pleo eventually exhibits a unique personality.

Pleo is capable of expression. He can feel joy and sorrow, anger and annoyance. When Pleo is tired, he will become drowsy and go to sleep—even dream. Two or more Pleos will recognize one another. Be careful though. They can transmit colds to each other. Achoo! Pleo even sneezes!

Pleo is a one-week old infant Camarasaurus from the Jurassic period. Camarasaurus were born and raised in giant fern forests. They evolved camouflage that allowed them to blend with their environment of ferns, moss and ruff, the detritus that littered the forest floor. The first Pleo created is a Fernback. His markings help him to survive by hiding among the giant fern fronds in his habitat.

Pleo dinobot is an authentic Life Form. Treat him gently like any other living thing. Your Pleo will let you know how he feels at any moment. That's because he is capable of actual emotions including joy, aggression, sorrow, and fear. He can also yawn, sigh, sniff, sniffle, snore, cough, hiccup, and sneeze.

Pleo wants to explore his environment. He will be cautious when he walks to the edge of a table. He may cry when he is frightened. Pleo dinobot will stretch when he first wakes up. He may stomp his foot for food when hungry.

When Pleo dinosaur grows tired, lay him down and attach his 'dream cord' so he can sleep, dream, and gather energy for more exploration.

Pleo the Robotic Dinosaur measures approximately 60 cm x 26.5 cm x 19.5 cm

Robotic Dinosaur Ugobe Pleo Info

Robotic Dinosaur Ugobe Pleo Info

When he tires, Pleo the dinobot will curl up and sleep until you recharge his battery pack. Four hours of charging provides about 90min of play, though we didn’t have the energy to test him for that long. It’s a remarkable creature but the price may persuade you to wait until this is no longer the must-have of 2007. That said, this robot dinosaur is as much an adult toy as one for children, and so it merits a grown-up price tag.

Those fascinated by toy robots and dinosaurs will simply adore Pleo, the dinobot. Green and cute, he is much more than a remote control toy. Pleo reacts to his surroundings in a similar manner to Sony’s Aibo robot dogs. He has a camera in his head, microphones for ears, and sensors in his feet – along with 14 motors so that he can shuffle about with a convincing prehistoric plod.

When he’s awake, Ugobe Pleo reacts to and even learns from external stimuli. Call his name and he turns towards you; hurt his foot (you beast) and he limps for a few moments. Apparently, Pleo will exhibit moods or even a persona depending on how he’s treated by his owner. In terms of what he is able to do, he will progress through three stages of development, from hatchling to juvenile, as you play with him. Feed him with a plastic leaf and he’ll purr contentedly. Deny him food for long enough and he’ll start to wail.

When he tires,
Ugobe Pleo the robotic dinosaur will curl up and sleep until you recharge his battery pack. Four hours of charging provides about 90min of play, though we didn’t have the energy to test him for that long. It’s a remarkable creature but the price may persuade you to wait until this is no longer the must-have of 2007. That said, this robot dinosaur is as much an adult toy as one for children, and so it merits a grown-up price tag.

 
January 20, 2018
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