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    Mcsapiens

    Hi,
    Has any body goten a Mcsapien yet?

    For those who do not know what thay are, thay are WowWee 'toys' that are in "Happy Meals".

    To see more about these click on the links below:

    www.ribolabs.wordpress.com

    www.robots.engadget.com/2007/02/23/wowwee-robots-invade-mcdonalds-happy-meals/

    www.robocommunity.com/article/10754/Meet-McDonald-s-Happy-Meal-Robosapien

    --Scotty
    Last edited by srobot; 02-27-2007 at 03:37 PM.
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    Hmm... one of those would look good on my desk, which is already strewn with bits and pieces of robotic debris.

    ps- Thanks for fixing those links, Scott[y].
    Last edited by Dave; 02-27-2007 at 05:03 PM. Reason: Scott bad, Scotty good.

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    Re: Mcsapiens

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave View Post
    ps- Thanks for fixing those links, Scott.
    Yeah I guss you can't do html code.

    You can call me Scotty.

    Thanks,
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    Re: Mcsapiens

    yeah, it's not advised to allow HTML code in forums by users. Check out any forum software out there and all good ones will tell you the same. There are way too many problems associated with doing so.

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    Here is a video of two Mcsapiens:



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    Re: Mcsapiens

    Pretty Cool Scotty!

    Man! McDonald's happy meals sure have changed since back when I was a kid. I remember way back when, they had these awesome little transformer like robots that changed from a McDonald product (fries, Big Mac, Cheeseburger, etc.) into a humanoid. Even though they had no gears to move around or anything like that, I still thought they were the coolest things ever. Oh yeah, I still have those at my parents house packed away

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    Good find. The wind-up Robosapien is pretty cool

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    Re: Mcsapiens

    I was just looking around and came back to this.

    Here is two videos I did:





    This one when to Pixelodeon Fest 2007.

    http://www.pixelodeonfest.com

    Now to go try to update my blog.
    Last edited by srobot; 09-25-2007 at 04:05 PM.
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