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RoboPhilo Humanoid Robot

   RoboPhilo is a humanoid robot that has 20 degrees of movement allowing turning of the head, waist and thighs in addition to standard joint movement of the limbs. RoboPhilo is readily programmable directly from your PC (via RS-232) to allow you to design and perform your own personalized movements. He comes two ways, as a kit or fully assembled and ready to walk.

P.H.I.L.O. stands for "Programmable Humanoid In Lifelike Operation".

   Our RoboPhilo is actually a combat veteran as he was in the 2011 RoboGames in San Francisco and then donated to HighTechScience.org for exhibits, displays and demo's.

RoboPhilo Humanoid Robot    RoboPhilo Humanoid Robot Click Here to visit the RoboPhilo website

Here is a YouTube video of our RoboPhilo in action at

   You can choose to program movements with your computer or with the included multi-function wireless remote. RoboPhilo is 13" tall and operates from an included 6 Volt Ni-MH battery. He also comes with a 7.2 Volt 1000ma charger, graphical motion editing software, screwdriver and a hanger stand. RoboPhilo Wireless Remote Control
  RoboPhilo is a compact personal robot that offers a level of sophistication you usually don’t find in robots for under $1000, let alone one that costs less than $500. The assembled version comes “ready to walk,” which means you won’t have to spend hours putting together the servos and wiring that might have to with other hobby robots. The picture on the left shows the kit version of RoboPhilo.

Here is another YouTube video of RoboPhilo.

We would like to thank Mr. Chan of "Air Borne Models" for providing us with a RoboPhilo.

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Fort Lauderdale, FL
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Waterfront Pavilion
The Children's Museum in La Habra, CA The Children's Museum
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Museum of Science & History in Jacksonville, Florida
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Boca Raton, Florida
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