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The ERS-7 and its successive iterations were the third and final generation of AIBO robots to be released before the brand's discontinuation. It has multiple head and body sensors, clicking ear actuators, a chest-mounted proximity sensor, expressive "Illume-Face" and Wi-Fi connectivity.The ERS-7 underwent multiple revisions, beginning with the ERS-7M2 in 2004 and followed by the ERS-7M3 in 2005. Every release added an additional available color to the product catalogue and shipped with an updated version of the 'MIND' software. It was widely utilized in academic research. Notably, the platform was the robot selected for the RoboCup Standard Platform League from 2004 to 2008. Some research topics included wireless control and simulation, autonomous learning, and visual processing.4th generation modelsERS-7: white; 1st gen, November 2003
ERS-7M2: white and black; 2nd gen, November 2004
ERS-7M3: white, black, and champagne gold; 3rd gen, October 2005
Estimated sales for all Aibo ERS-7 models: 40,000 to 50,000Fun factsThe sounds in ERS-7 Mind and custom data were composed by Masaya Matsuura, a Japanese musician and game designer.
Late-model ERS7's were bundled with a pink AIBone bone-shaped toy, playing cards, and a charging station with a pole and marker mat for autonomous docking.
The ERS-7 won a "Good Design Award".
In the 2006 comedy film Click, the ERS-7 is briefly featured before being run over by the main character's car.
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The 1000 only has one software that gets updated with the cloud service. It does not have a raising mechanic similar to the past models but it is said that the aibo will grow into a personality while you raise it over a few years. The tough thing about the ERS-1000 is just how cute and dog-like it is. It really does feel like a dog in a few ways and you may find yourself growing attached to them- just for something heartbreaking like a dislocation to occur.
The ERS1000 is the latest iteration of Sony's robotic puppy. This one-of-a-kind companion is made possible by pairing cutting-edge robotics with unique A.I. technology. Through deep learning, aibo is able to grow over time and form a unique personality through everyday interactions. With lifelike expressions and a dynamic array of movements, aibo is sure to become a beloved member of your family.
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