03 April 2007

AIBO Papercraft

" AIBO (Artificial Intelligence roBOt, also means "love" or "attachment" in Japanese, can also mean "partner") is one of several types of robotic pets designed and manufactured by Sony; there have been several different models since their introduction in 1999. Able to walk, "see" its environment via camera, and recognize spoken commands, they are considered to be autonomous robots, since they are able to learn and mature based on external stimuli from their owner or environment, or from other AIBOs. Artist Hajime Sorayama created the initial designs for the AIBO. "
Source : Wikipedia

Sony has discontinued the manufacturing of Aibo as of March 07 but you can have your own paper AIBO at home with this papercraft model from Robosquare. This papercraft consists of 2 pages to cut-out and a page of instructions. The website and instructions for this papercraft is in Japanese but the graphics are very straight forward so you wont have any trouble constructing it.

AIBO is available in Black or White papercraft models in PDF format and the finished model measures around 3.5" tall and 4.5" wide. You can also find previous Robosquare posts here (PINO) and here (ifbot).

White AIBO Robot Papercraft
Black AIBO Robot Papercraft


  1. Very cool, I always wanted one like that(real thing) and never had a chance to buy it - it was too expensive. I was hoping Sony would come up with something cheaper but they ended up closing the whole project. *sob* oh well, now I can have my very own Aibo *smile*

  2. I know what you mean, I had a chance to buy a second-hand Aibo through eBay but then Sony pulled the plug on it. If only they would have made it more affordable then people would have bought it in numbers. there's this dancing robot here in the states, i think they call it a robosapien, a lot of people bought it and I feel sorry for them, that robot was dumb as brick (no artificial intelligence whatsoever). the people bought into the hype and they got robbed.

  3. this looks like fun, how long did it take you to finish this - i might have to work on this one all summer long

  4. This is cute. yeey ^__^

  5. does this papercraft have any moving parts or is it just fixed?

  6. @anonymous

    you can probably finish it in a few hours. its pretty easy

    @ carlos

    the head is just pushed in so you can move it. everything else is glued on

  7. Im just starting to do papercrafts, which one do you think I should do first, I need a very simple for beginners like me


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