Alpha Intelligent Humanoid Robot Participated in the Toy Fair in Nuremberg, Germany
The 2015 Nuremberg Toy Fair in Germany was held from January 28th to February 2nd at the Nuremberg International Exhibition Center. Ubisoft will exhibit with its self-developed product Alpha Intelligent Humanoid Robot. Germany Nuremberg Toy Fair is the world's leading trade show for toys, models and leisure products. This professional industry exhibition on the one hand provides an excellent communication platform for global manufacturers, on the other hand, it also provides an order platform for industry trade and procurement activities. In addition, the Nuremberg Toy Fair is also the world's premier fun leisure event, because every year it attracts 80,000 professional visitors from more than 100 countries and 3,000 exhibitors from more than 60 countries, as well as tens of thousands of new toys. Because of this, the Toy Fair has become the world's most well-known platform for launching new toy products. As the first domestic high-tech enterprise integrating Ru0026D, manufacturing and sales of commercial intelligent humanoid robots, Ubisoft actively participates in various large-scale consumer electronics exhibitions and high-tech fairs every year, such as the International Consumer Electronics Show CES, China International High-tech Technology Achievement Fair, etc. This year, UBIC will participate in this toy fair. A group of UBIC team and others will bring the highly sought-after Alpha intelligent humanoid robot to Nuremberg at the CES show in the United States not long ago. ALPHA Alpha’s wonderful dance attracted many overseas buyers and investors to take pictures. On the first day of the exhibition, the Alpha intelligent humanoid robot owned by Ubisoft attracted a large number of agents and investors to watch and take photos. After many agents, investors and media watched Alpha’s wonderful dance performance and personally operated the robot entity at the exhibition site, they clearly felt that the Alpha intelligent humanoid robot was different from other ordinary creative children's toy products on the exhibition. Players can use the unique 3D visual motion programming software of Alpha Intelligent Humanoid Robot to make motion programming graphically, and users can automatically adjust the robot's dance steps and movements according to their needs. This operation process is extremely simple and easy to learn until the completion of a dance command. From adjusting the movements of each part to completing a whole continuous movement instruction, the experiencer can stimulate the creativity and imagination of the user and at the same time improve his hands-on ability, which is extremely playable. In addition to attracting a large number of buyers to visit the exhibition on the day of the exhibition, it also attracted an exclusive interview with well-known local media. Alpha's simple and stylish design is more pleasing to the exhibitors. Can't help being attracted by this cute little guy. According to Dr. Xiong, the head of Ru0026D and the company's deputy general manager of Ubican, Alpha is suitable for children over 12 years old, but in fact, younger children also like this product very much. He also added: Alpha is not a children's toy, but a mobile intelligent service robot with educational entertainment. Players can use voice, keyboard, and remote control to control the robot to complete various instructions: such as singing, dancing, playing kung fu, telling stories, playing football, etc. Each movement is displayed flexibly and accurately. The unique visual programming method of the product itself is quite open. With 16 degrees of freedom in the whole body, players can freely use their imagination to design their favorite performances. Dr. Xiong, the head of Ru0026D of UBTECH, demonstrated to the visitors that Alpha (left one) Nuremberg Toy Fair is not only a grand event for the industry to exchange and display products, but also the vane of the global toy industry. With the continuous development of intelligent mobile technology on the Internet, more and more children are no longer satisfied with 'candies hitting little monsters' and 'angry birds hitting wood'. The Alpha intelligent humanoid robot under Ubison became an audience at the Nuremberg Toy Fair The focus of attention is that in the future, intelligent service humanoid robots are bound to be a new trend in the development of the global toy industry.