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Hands On with the WowWee FemiSapien at CES 2008

FemiSapien, the most agile walking female robot to date, has made her debut at CES this year! You can interact with her using sight, sound or touch. Her 4-way joystick hands can be used to change her motion, and even to program a sequence of moves.

She's super-intelligent: using her own unique language, FemiSapien can "talk" with you, and even control other WowWee robots. Guess she's the "take-charge" type!

Finally, this robotic muse can definitely tear up the dance floor; play your favorite song, and she'll rock on to the beat. How cool is that?

Check out more detailed information on FemiSapien, and the rest of the new WowWee product line, here at RoboCommunity. Enjoy this hands-on video from CES to get a preview of what FemiSapien can do!


Meet the WowWee FemiSapien | Meet the WowWee 2008 Lineup

Discussion:    Add a Comment | Comments 1-7 of 7 | Latest Comment

January 16, 2008 2:27 PM

i might get this robot just for my v1 and the video doesnt work

January 16, 2008 7:24 PM

Based on the still image I think this might be the video.

And if that inline reference doesn't work, maybe this link will


ScottE -- collecting and building robots for 40 years - details in profile

January 16, 2008 10:43 PM

tnx for sending a link MrScott

January 25, 2008 12:14 PM

The issue with video playback has been resolved.

Thanks for your patience!


Peter Redmer
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January 25, 2008 1:25 PM

So the arms seem to have more articulation that I would have expected give their size. Since she is the V1's girlfriend, I assume she is the same height?

RoboGuide - Your guide to hacking all things WowWee

January 25, 2008 1:27 PM

That's an excellent question.  Let me see if I can find out.


Peter Redmer
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January 28, 2008 10:30 AM

I don't have any specific measurements, but I can tell you that she is actually slightly taller than the Robosapien V1.  When we get the specific stats, we'll be sure to post them.


Peter Redmer
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