UBTECH Iron Man MK50 Humanoid Robot
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Play as Tony Stark and suit up in the iconic MK50 armor to play through a series of nanotech weapon field tests and battles designed by FRIDAY. This walking, talking Iron Man Robot is your portal into the events after Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War. Start by downloading the free app for iOS or Android to start the adventure with Augmented Reality Missions, where users can battle drones inspired from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Complete Augmented Reality (AR) Missions to build your Iron Man MK50 Robot’s arsenal in the free, downloadable app.
Mobile Command Protocol
Use a mobile device to control the Iron Man MK50 Robot’s motors, lights, and sound. Select specific phrases or upload your own face and even record audio phrases to become a superhero.
Iron Guard Protocol
The Iron Man MK50 Robot utilizes custom patrol capabilities with added audio and light reactions utilized with cutting edge light sensor technology
Customize the Iron Man MK50 Robot by building unique sequences using block-based programming for one of a kind adventures.
In the Box:
Iron Man MK50 Robot
USB Charging Cable
Quick Start Guide
Robot Dimensions: 33 (H) x 16 (W) cm
Weight: 1.1 kg
Batteries: 2 lithium polymer batteries
Connection: Bluetooth (BLE)
Languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, German, Korean,Chinese
The Iron Man MK50 Robot by UBTECH requires a smart device (iPhone/Android or tablet in order to launch and interact with the app. The app requires 1 GB of RAM.
Minimum OS version: 11.0 ARKit required
Supported devices: iPhone6S and up, iPad Pro and up
Minimum OS version: 7.0+ (API level 23)
Optimally performed on devices that have ARCore