Robotic Bugs - Robot Bugs
Infrared technology gives these bugs awesome lifelike powers
Robotic insects offer a unique blend of engineering and natural sciences, capturing the imagination of both young and old. These small, mechanical creatures mimic the behavior and movements of real insects, providing an educational experience that's also packed with fun. From crawling robotic spiders to buzzing electronic bees, these toys are often equipped with sensors that allow them to navigate their surroundings or follow a set path. They can serve as an introduction to entomology, the study of insects, and robotics, sparking interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields. Whether it's learning about how real insects adapt and survive or understanding the basics of robotics and coding, robotic insects provide both entertainment and educational value.
Infrared technology gives these bugs awesome lifelike powers. B.I.O. Bugs come with infrared transmitters that work as their feeding station and honing beacon. Of course, they "snack" on any household item that emits infrared technology - like the TV remote, microwave or fluorescent lights. Collect all four because color is key to their personality - it defines separate characteristics, strengths and weaknesses in each bug. "Nervous Network" infrared technology gives them awesome lifelike powers so they survive on their own. Or you can control their action with the included wrist transmitter. Special "Follow Me" technology even enables them to follow you around. Choose from Yellow, Red, Blue or Green - or buy the entire set.
BIO Bug: Green Destroyer - Part of a four-member squad of robotic crawlers, the green-and-gray Green Destroyer could be either a giant beetle or roach, or a combination of the two. Either way, its red bubble eyes and set of strange green "fighting" wings make it a formidable-looking opponent in any circumstance. The remote-controlled bug features touch-sensitive antennae, independent roaming (warn the cat) and, most impressively, remote communication with other Bio-Bugs. Plus, its winged, egg-shaped remote unit triples as a controller, homing beacon, and feeding station.
BIO Bug: Yellow Acceleraider - Part of a four-member squad of robotic crawlers, the yellow-and-gray "AcceleRaiDer" (whose moniker blatantly mocks a certain brand-name bug killer) could be either a giant beetle or roach.
BIO Bug: Blue Stomper - Part of a four-member squad of robotic crawlers, the blue-and-gray Blue Stomper has red bubble eyes and set of strange blue "fighting" wings that make it a formidable-looking opponent.
BIO Bug: Red Predator - Part of a four-member squad of robotic crawlers, the red-and-gray Predator could be either a giant beetle or roach, or a combination of the two.