A pictorial story about a lonesome girl and her Giant Robot (modeled after Tetsujin 28, no doubt).
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A review of the ill-fated Robot Journal magazine, issue #2 (the second, and last issue ever published).
Robots take back the stage in three separate productions, each of which taking place only months after the last.
A book review of RoBolution, a photo book that covers five humanoid robots developed in Japan.
Yamamoto Katsura has built the be-all end-all ASIMO costume.
Carnegie Mellon University held a celebratory event in honor of 25 years of field robotics. This is a summary of the 9 lectures available online via webcasts.
Welcome to the World of Tomorrow! A huge festival kicks off in South Korea that brings together world culture, the environment, urban development, robotics, and other advanced technology.
Will Wagenaar creates robots out of antique tin cans and other paraphernalia.