I rolled the dice and imported ROBOCON’s 28th issue, which advertises coverage of ROBODEX 2003 on the cover.
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A pictorial story about a lonesome girl and her Giant Robot (modeled after Tetsujin 28, no doubt).
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.