Japan’s oldest robot writes poetry and moving his person (video)

Japan’s oldest “modern” robot with 10 feet, 6 inches g akutensoku-have been awakened in Japan. Gone are the inflatable rubber of the original 1928 Android company established by biologists-Nishimura. Use of BOT, now tilted, its head, moves his eyes and a smile, and puffs his cheeks thank the 1.2 million U.S. dollars, computer-controlled, pneumatic servo outlook. But not compared to his modern descendants, gakutensoku we can still creep the hell. Renovation of Osaka on display at the Science Museum, July 18. After the video, rest a while.


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