The Sony aibo Web service allows user to programmatically access aibo functionalities to perform various actions via the Internet. Aibo is a robotic dog. This API requires an access token for authentication and includes services for settings, actions such as changing postures, finding people, finding objects, moving forward, moving sideways, releasing objects, staying, and more. It also manages cognitive functions such as responding to name, hunger, sleep, biting, and more. Aibo provides a way to learn robot programming, and create services, or applications that are unique to aibo.
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