Movie Robot Suit HAL (Hybrid Assisted Limb) Exoskeleton adds ten times strengh
To see the full performance and interview go to www.musicplustv****/exclusives
Ima Robot. is a rock band based in Los Angeles signed with Virgin Records. The band's vocalist, Alex Ebert, originally wanted to be a rapper before becoming a singer. The band's other original members were Timmy the Terror, Oligee, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, and studio drummer Joey Waronker.
Cool Crazy guy creates a giant, flame throwing robot
From episode 25 of NHK World's Tokyo Eye, a look at anime-influence robot culture in Japan.
LAND WALKER -Japanese Robot suit-
It is an economical robot of US$300,000.
Time-lapse of making a robotic arm which actually works. Watch it being constructed at 100 times speed!
Cool Sony Robots Dancing. These things get better every year.
Robot wrestling OmniZero.2 defeats all comers
A robotic reenactment of Tay Zonday's "Chocolate Rain."
Behind-the-Scenes - Our Writer/Director, Ken Tipton, has been a life long business entrepreneur. Ken and his partners invented and were franchising the first totally robotic stand-alone videocassette rental system called "The Movie Machine". Ken was forced into personal and business bankruptcy due to bogus obscenity charges brought by a corrupt prosecutor who had been blackmailed by a religious censorship group. The "Movie Machine" was also forced into bankruptcy.
But there was much more going on behind the scenes. A large national video rental chain not only wanted Ken's Video Library stores, but they also wanted to kill the "Movie Machine" from being franchised across the country and hurting their video rental business. Is it possible that they gave money to a religious censorship group to target smaller video chains out of business? Maybe Reverend Donald Wildmon could answer that question?
For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00.
HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder****
In the latest article, Isa doesn't like the 'bot. She claims it was lost on a flight to Santa Ana Airport in OC.
The Tribune article published several months (years?) prior states that Dr. Hanson lost the head on a flight from Dallas to San Fran when his flight had to (unexpectedly to him) disconnect in Vegas. He took another connecting flight to San Fran from there ... The Times article refers to "an unnamed airline" when the original Tribune article clearly states the airline in question to be AMERICAN WEST. However there is mystery surrounding whether or not each of the planes were contiguous brandwise.
Las Vegas is like Mos Eisley Spaceport. A wretched hive of scum and villainy. I wouldn't put it past a group of rogue android conspirators working in tandem with someone ... enough speculation. We need to hit this with Occam's Razor. American West stated in contact with Dr. Hanson that THEY HAD the head and were sending it on the next flight from Vegas to S.F.
It never arrived.
The saga continues ... WHERE is the head and should it even be our business?
Hanson Robotics: *******www.hansonrobotics****/
Int'l Herald Tribune Article: *******www.iht****/articles/2006/06/27/features/android.php
"John Wayne" Airport in Santa Ana: *******www.ocair****/
LA Times Article: *******www.calendarlive****/books/cl-et-dick15sep15,0,5604716.story?coll=cl-books-features
ASIMO - Honda's Humanoid Robot demonstrating disco dancing
ASIMO Honda humanoid robot demonstrates the ability for robots to climb stairs like humans do
A group of soldiers find a location they suspect has an IED. They use a bomb defusing robot to neutrailize it but end up setting off the IED completely destroying the robot. Glad everyone was ok..