At the Higashihikari Elementary School in Kyoto, a robot exchange student enrolls to show kids that the puny human brain is no match for cold robot circuitry.
by TokyoDesu Staff A hobbyist robotics engineer in Tokyo debuted a prototype transforming robot that switches from robot to car mode and back at the touch of a button. Based on observations of the video below, the robot is remote controlled and, in addition to transforming, can punch, fire plastic rockets, and wildly gyrate in the general …
Meet ‘Kenshiro’, a humanoid with 160 mechanical ‘muscles’ (more than any other robot in the world) developed by researchers at the University of Tokyo. Though his waddle may place him further towards the category of penguinoid in our opinion, his other motions are significantly more impressive. Video after the jump.
If you’re anything like us, you’ve been kept awake nights by the scintillating thought of scantily clad Amazonian robot women clambering for your flabby pink man-flesh. Tokyo Desu is happy to report that now this oddly specific fantasy can be made reality for the reasonable price of 3,000 yen.
A private designer has unveiled the world’s first fully functioning, human-piloted attack robot in Tokyo, removing all doubt that when the machines take over, Japan will be the first to fall.