Bring robots to life with our software

Simple and intuitive, Virtual Robot enables you to programme our robots to perform in the unique way you want them to. Developed in-house, this software is expertly designed to keep our robots engaging, highly customisable and easy to use:

  • No installation
  • Drag and drop interface
  • Create remotely
  • Cross-system compatible
  • Control all elements of the robot performance
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“How did it do that?”

Using a computer mouse or touchpad, you can click and drag the robot’s features. This means you can easily move the limbs, head, hands and even switch up the eye graphics as you wish. 

Pre-stored poses, sounds, animations and sub-sequences can be quickly loaded from the library when you want them. 

Multiple users can create content for a robot at the same time. And you can do it from anywhere. You can even store a routine on a cloud server and recall it on a robot using a QR code.

Create complete theatrical performances

Virtual Robot’s innovative tech doesn’t only work on robots. We’ve designed it so it can control AV equipment such as lighting, projectors, audio equipment and anything that uses a DMX (digital control protocol). So you can easily control our robots and the atmosphere around them too.

Getting technical is optional

You don’t need to be a technical wizard to create magic with our robots. But if you’re looking for more in-depth information, you can access sensor data or look at the explicit command output from the Virtual Robot timeline sequences.

If you’re technically minded, you might be interested to know that:

  • Virtual Robot runs on HTML5 with WebGL
  • It uses a multi-layered graphical user interface
  • You can filter stored routines through a local administrator account, enabling you to  arrange precedence or scan for unsuitable content
  • Some of our software leverages, expands upon, and combines a number of open-source projects.

Start creating your own performances

Get in touch to see how our characters can captivate a crowd in your exhibition or event space.