Posted 6 Jan 2009 at 19:23 UTC by steve Share This

Doug Emes of the DPRG writes, "I saw the G-Robots G-Dog review mentioned on the Austin Robot Group's email list. This looks like a pretty cool robotic dog tabletop platform." The review by the folks at the Hacked Gadget blog includes lots of photos and video of the G-Dog in action. The G-Dog kit is small quadruped robot that uses 9 RS304MD servos and a built-in microcontroller. The kit also appears to include a remote-control unit and some type of Windows-based software for creating autonomous behaviours. At present G-Dog is only available in Japan but AudioCubes imports the G-Robot humanoid so they might be the place to watch for a US release of the G-Dog.

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