The Black Hole is a science fiction film that goes from kid-friendly to outright bizarre. Thankfully, despite its religious overtones the film presents robots as both good and evil rather than simple killing machines.
Archive for April, 2010
Beijing University developed these humanoid robots, the 2nd generation of which has appeared on television performing Tai Chi.
Threads of Fate isn’t exactly mediocre, but there are some issues with its controls and level design that leave something to be desired.
The world’s most advanced humanoid robot got paid a special by the world’s most ridiculous robot.
Japanese hobbyists get out there multi-legged robots for a bit of fun.
ATR’s small robovie-mR2 is being tested in an experimental set-up that has the robot verbally hawking goods inside stores.
Society of Robots swings by the Kobe Tetsujin Monument while in Japan.
A disappointing, and downright crappy robot sidekick disappoints Craig Ferguson’s fans around the world.