"Dinosaurs and man... two species separated by 65 million years of evolution, have suddenly been thrown into the mix together. How can we possibly have the slightest idea of what to expect?" - Dr. Alan Grant (Jurassic Park)
Although the fearsome dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years in the late Cretaceous Period, that doesn't mean you can't have a cool new 20 Foot Animatronic Triceratops of your very own. This massive 20' long, motion-sensing, animatronic Triceratops is the same one featured at The Field Museum of Natural History and is the ultimate pre-historic addition to any dinosaur lover's home or office.
Just walk up to this majestic Triceratops and its motion-activated eyes and powerful software identifies and tracks your facial features and movements to trigger a set of responses. The Triceratops sways its tri-horned head left, right, up, and down, stomps and scuffs its right forelimb, and opens its powerful jaws while realistically growling. It's powered by digitally controlled servos and silent, pneumatic air-activated cams and features an exterior body crafted by professional sculptors from polyurethane foam and textured silicone over a steel and aluminum frame.
At $350,000, it's not priced for the ordinary, everyday paleontologist's budget or 99% of anyone for that matter, but for just the right person it makes quite the decorative statement.