Robots App for iPad Details the Most Advanced Robots on the Planet

Posted November 27, 2012 at 3:35pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6668 views

Robots is a new app for the iPad that provides a reference to 126 robots from 19 countries.

Discover the amazing world of robots with this fun and engaging app. Check out the most advanced robots on the planet with 360-degree views, interactive images, detailed specs, and hundreds of photos and videos. Learn how robots work and enjoy countless hours of exploration with this unique, breakthrough app.

Featuring a vast amount of original and informative content, the app offers an in-depth, hands-on experience for anyone interested in learning more about robotics, including robot enthusiasts, technology lovers, researchers, teachers, parents, and students.


Features:
• Meet 126 robots from 19 countries
• Swipe to see robots in 360-degree views
• Tap to interact with robots
• View over 500 spectacular photos
• Watch hundreds of videos of robots in action
• Share your opinion by rating robots
• Learn how to get started in robotics
• Read detailed specs and articles about each robot
• Listen to audio interviews with leading roboticists
• Choose the coolest robot in a face-off match
• Keep up to date with daily robot news
• Explore a timeline and glossary of robotics
• Optimized for Retina display
• Works on any iPad model, including the iPad mini

You can purchase Robots for iPad from the App Store for $4.99.

Read More [via Wired]






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