What prompted Mark Tilden to make this version of the technology is an emotion he describes as: When I was a scientist all you did was get to build one, maybe two robots; in the toy industry you get a buck to build a million, but if they’re successful they really fly Though the scientists do not consider his creations as robots, rather as simple unintellegent toys fit to satisfy a kid’s whims. However, he deftly smacks all these arguments and explains that all his effort aimed to bring the imagination into reality that is why he introduced fun robots like farting toys. This reality has been made possible with his inexpensive crafts. The lately adaptation of Robo-Sapien costing $US600 is a walking, talking robot that has a broad assortment of multimedia potentials, including a music player, camera, and the ability to connect to computers. Mark wants this amusing initiative to adapt to the futuristic serving android that keeps your home tidy, does washing , and other tasks intellegently.