Edited by yo!allyrox, 03 December 2006 - 09:22 PM.
Posted 03 December 2006 - 09:20 PM
Posted 03 December 2006 - 09:21 PM
yes, what is an aibob?
Okie, then what is an Aibo? xP
Posted 03 December 2006 - 09:40 PM
Don't worry i'm not asking for one at Christmas lol
Posted 03 December 2006 - 09:46 PM
I need names, not to explain what an Aibo is.
Posted 03 December 2006 - 09:51 PM
Edited by tamtamkitty07, 03 December 2006 - 09:57 PM.
Posted 03 December 2006 - 09:56 PM
And I searched the aibo, they sound cool
Edited by tamtamkitty07, 03 December 2006 - 10:03 PM.
Posted 04 December 2006 - 02:01 PM
Lollopy Tongue (hahaha)
Jump / Jumpy / Jumper
Cinco (pronounced Think-oh)
I guess I could go on with names, but I would be stuck among these.
Have fun naming him!
Posted 04 December 2006 - 02:05 PM
Oh so random.
I found this on wiki,This should stop all questions.
AIBO (Artificial Intelligence roBOt, also means "love" or "attachment" in Japanese) is one of several types of robotic pets designed and manufactured by Sony; there have been several different models since their introduction in 1999. Able to walk, "see" its environment via camera, and recognize spoken commands, they are considered to be autonomous robots, since they are able to learn and mature based on external stimuli from their owner or environment, or from other AIBOs. Artist Hajime Sorayama created the initial designs for the AIBO.
On January 26, 2006 Sony announced that it would discontinue AIBO and several other products. It will also stop development of the QRIO robot. AIBO will still be supported until 2013 (ERS7 model), however, and AIBO technology will continue to be developed for use in other consumer products.   AIBOware (the name is a trademark of Sony corporation), is the title given to the software the AIBO runs on its pink Memory Stick. The Life AIBOware allows the robot to be raised from pup to fully grown adult while going through various stages of development as its owner interacts with it. The Explorer AIBOware allows the owner to interact with a fully mature robot able to understand (though not necessarily willing to obey) 100 voice commands. Without the AIBOware, the AIBO will run in what is called "clinic mode" and can only perform basic actions.
Many AIBO owners enjoy teaching their pets new behaviors by reprogramming them (in Sony's special 'R-CODE' language). However, in October of 2001, Sony sent a cease-and-desist notice to the webmaster of aibopet.com/aibohack.com, demanding that he stop distributing code that was retrieved by bypassing the copy prevention mechanisms of the robot. Eventually, in the face of many outraged AIBO owners, see the protest letter, Sony released a programmer's kit for 'non-commercial' use. The kit has now been expanded into three distinct tools: R-CODE, AIBO Remote Framework, and the OPEN-R SDK. These three tools are combined under the name AIBO SDE (Software Development Environment). All of these tools are free to download and can be used for commercial or non-commercial use (Except for the OPEN-R SDK, which is specifically for non-commercial use). Since the first release of OPEN-R, several AIBO programming tools have been developed by university labs, including URBI, Tekkotsu, Pyro and Cognitive Vision.
The AIBO has seen use as an inexpensive platform for artificial intelligence research, because it integrates a computer, vision system, and articulators in a package vastly cheaper than conventional research robots. The RoboCup autonomous soccer competition has a "Sony Four-Legged Robot League" in which numerous institutions from around the world participate. Competitors program a team of AIBO robots to play games of autonomous robot soccer against other competing teams.
AIBO's complete vision system uses the SIFT algorithm, to recognise its charging station. The newest versions are equipped with a Wi-Fi connection, allowing them to send the pictures they take via email. As a result, the Roblog originated.
AIBO's sounds were programmed by Japanese DJ/avant-garde composer Nobukazu Takemura, considered by many to be highly skilled at fusing mechanic and organic concepts, and the bodies of the "3x" series (Latte and Macaron, the round-headed AIBOs released in 2001) were designed by visual artist Katsura Moshino.
Or see the article:Here
Edited by mametchigirl230000, 04 December 2006 - 02:08 PM.
Posted 04 December 2006 - 02:22 PM
I better stop...before I explode with guy names...I surprised myself, I'm a girl!
Posted 04 December 2006 - 02:38 PM
700 dollars is a ton of money to pay for a (not) toy..... i would so buy a car... anyways thats not the point to point is... i think you should name it Rex, Ty, or Nomar.
That made me laugh in real life.
They're $700+ hun.
Posted 04 December 2006 - 03:09 PM
You could go for something classic like
Or something more modern like
Chester(I like that one)
Blackthorn(Had a German Shepherd named that, was the family protector)
Posted 04 December 2006 - 03:14 PM
And also, it is a toy, because it says so on the box "CAUTION - ELECTRIC TOY"
Intended for use of children 8 and up.
Edited by tama815, 04 December 2006 - 03:36 PM.
Posted 04 December 2006 - 06:00 PM
I know. I know A LOT about Aibo. My parents said they'll most likely get me one. And YES I told them the price when I saw this post. I knew they were around that much but I jus wanted to be sure.
That made me laugh in real life.
They're $700+ hun.
Posted 04 December 2006 - 07:19 PM
I really want to flame a TON of people right now, but I don't want any bad karma.
Since you guys insist on focusing your attention on how much he costs, and not on suggesting names,
I want a guide to close this.
Everyone that said 'omgomgomg MONEY1!1!!!'
'yeah, i can get one lloolol. my parnents r gonna buy me one'
lose my respect.
Edited by Nummy, 04 December 2006 - 07:21 PM.
Posted 04 December 2006 - 07:25 PM
If you REALLY did know a lot about Aibos, as you claimed, you would know how much they cost.
I mean common.
Edited by Nummy, 04 December 2006 - 07:25 PM.