TV Signal Drives New Toy Action Figure The toymaker Mattel says it will market a new Batman action figure that responds to digital signals from TV sets. The invisible technology is linked to a new animated series featuring the comic-book character. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Mattel representative Sara Rosalez.
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TV Signal Drives New Toy Action Figure

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TV Signal Drives New Toy Action Figure

TV Signal Drives New Toy Action Figure

TV Signal Drives New Toy Action Figure

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The toymaker Mattel says it will market a new Batman action figure that responds to digital signals from TV sets. The invisible technology is linked to a new animated series featuring the comic-book character. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Mattel representative Sara Rosalez.