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Toyota robot plays the violin

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Toyota robot plays the violin

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This humanoid robot from Tayota demonstrates its unique violin playing skills on stage.

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Yeah, recall seeing that video before when I was searching for vids on the Honda robot.

Really cool really what these people have done, it kind of blows our stuff out of the water.

Of course the technology since then has evolved and it would be cool to see what other things these robots can do.

I was amazed the first time I seen the Honda robot on tv..at first I thought NASA or someone was showing off a new space suit but came to discover it was a robot.

Anyways, though the playing is a bit dry it still is steady and smooth. Not bad....

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*shudders*

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HMMMM

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In the very, very far off future it will perhaps be impossible to distinguish humans from Androids/Robots.

(see the movie 'Blade Runner'- or Google: http://youtu.be/a_saUN4j7Gw )

We already have lots of implants right now, so who can tell where the future will be of the human race.

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This humanoid robot from Tayota demonstrates its unique violin playing skills on stage.

Land Of Hope And Glory - not bad playing for a robot :D

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