Marvin T1 is a quadruped combat robot produced by NovaTech, a subcontractor for European Defense Agency (EDA). The Marvin T1 project started in 2144, 5 years before the invention of Neurobota technology. The aim is to develop a combat robotic unit that can be controlled remotely, a prototype was produced 3 years into the project. However, the technical challenge of maintaining an effective seamless Synchronization between the pilot and the robotic unit brought the project to a halt until the introduction of the Neurobota technology.
Snap fit assembling
Full body articulation
Parts count: 47
Joint count: 21Height: 27mm
All parts are printed with the most advanced laser 3D printing technology.
All parts are designed to be assembled together with the need of any adhesive.
Some small parts may require tools such as tweezer for assembling.
Assembling with an easy to follow instruction.
Choking hazards! Small pieces, not for children under 3 years old.