I'm not very well experienced in the animations area,but I would like to be more and more experienced in the stop motion tecnique. I would like to know if someone uses pre built (or easy to build) little robots with the stop motion tecnique. I want to move their arms,the head,the legs with a remote control from my pc and then I will make a full video instead of capture single frames by moving their body parts with my hands. I hope that in this way the creation process will be faster. I don't know how could be the result,since I have no experience in the stop motion area,neither. But I wanna try. Thanks.
Your idea sounds absolutely possible. On the other hand you write that you have never done any stop motion.
I think it would be very well advised to start with some basic techniques (by hand) and then see what you can maybe automate in the future.
Building puppets that can be easily animated is a already a complex task, since it usually involves building metal / wire skeletons etc. so I'd slowly approach the overall complexity of the matter and then advance to the next step.
Some introductory reading to get you started:
Stop motion - https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stop_motion
I think what would more sense is to follow the idea mentioned by Adam Mann Pro using some basic animatronics. If you build a remote controllable face for the puppets which allow you to easily setup facial expressions, that would speed up the animation process immensely and is in itself already very complex. Here is an example of an animatronics head from the movie "the world's end":