The battle robots are being built by Kuka Robotics, the Japanese company that manufactures robot toys that feature electronic eyes that are attached to the heads.
The company says the robots, which range in size from about 3 to about 12 inches in length, are equipped with a range of high tech gadgets including a tracking system, smart smart home devices and an electronic eye for the owner.
The “smart” devices include the “Smart Watch” that allows the owner to control the robot remotely with the addition of an app on their smartphone.
The wearable robot, which was designed to look like a child’s doll and feature a smartphone app that allows its owners to control and operate the robot, has a price tag of about $4,000.
It’s not clear when the robot will hit shelves or if they’ll be available to buy, but Kuka says it will be available in “mid-2016” at a price that ranges from $6,000 to $8,000, depending on the model.
The company says its robot is being manufactured at a plant in Osaka, Japan.