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Dancing Japanese robots
A display from some of the latest robotic developments in Japan.
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#1 Posted by
on 10 March, 2008, 9:53
Dancing Japanese robots Click here to watch video - 03:25s A display from some of the latest robotic developments in Japan. These have been around for a while, they're Sony's QRIO. They can be programmed to speak different languages and they have a unique feature which allows them to jump (less than an inch wide, but still!!!). I remember that Beck, the singer and pop artist, featured these robots in his videoclip "Hell Yes!". Great video! Just look at the arms...!
#2 Posted by
on 10 March, 2008, 22:30
I thought this was the greatest...How they timed these robots to do the exact moves was really interesting.....
#3 Posted by
on 11 March, 2008, 7:00
Wow, it's amazing how fluint the movements are.
#4 Posted by
on 16 March, 2008, 15:41
I love those robots. The movements are so smooth. The Japanese are great, using their technology for entertainment instead of war.
#5 Posted by
on 18 March, 2008, 18:58
so cute, i want 1 does it clean houses
#6 Posted by
on 18 March, 2008, 20:47
That was really great! I loved the fact they could choreograph all four of them so well!
#7 Posted by
on 28 March, 2008, 23:09
That was really great! I loved the fact they could choreograph all four of them so well! wow those japanese are good!
#8 Posted by
on 29 March, 2008, 0:29
that's pretty cool... IMO
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