Posts tagged "creepy robots"

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Yes, why not make a creepy a robotic octopus, science?

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Robots with big hearts may be the creepiest of them all, don’t you think?
(“Love Bot" by John Hendrix)

Robots with big hearts may be the creepiest of them all, don’t you think?

(“Love Bot" by John Hendrix)

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Because who wouldn’t want to frighten the populace with an angry neon robot? 

Built in 2012 by the art collective known as DOMA, Coloso was their entry in the Technopolis art and design event. The wire frame construction stands almost 150 feet tall and looks like a normal electricity pylon save for the shoulder spikes and the arms dangling at its sides. Neon lights are attached to a number of the beams so that at night, the whole thing lights up and is able to really shine. The chest area, or “heart” strobes and creates patterns while the robot’s face animates into various moods with smiles and winks.

(source: Doma via Atlas Obscura)

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I sure hope roboticists are never inspired by these mechanistic insect illustrations by Tano Veron because they sure are inspiring my nightmares!

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Current title holder for creepiest robot of the week. 

fennetic:

Tsukuhami by onogoro bioindustry/SPIRITUAL PLASTIC

If I ran into this in the dark I would die instantly.

[EDIT] she has a blog! neji909.tumblr.com

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Creepiest robot houseboy evar!

(MM7 robot via Cybernetic Zoo)

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Starting a new blog: This Week in Creepy Squishy Robots!

cnce:

Squishy Robots

"A new phase-changing material built from wax and foam developed by researchers at MIT is capable of switching between hard and soft states."

MIT researchers are trying to change the paradigm of your typical robot by mimicking organic substances. The idea is that the robot should be soft to conform to a particular environment, and interact with humans, though rigid enough to actually do a procedure. They can achieve this by applying heat at particular points to deform the object, then applying coolness to make the object rigid again. 

"Robots built from this material would be able to operate more like biological systems with applications ranging from difficult search and rescue operations, squeezing through rubble looking for survivors, to deformable surgical robots that could move through the body to reach a particular point without damaging any of the organs or vessels along the way."

via zerostatereflex

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I like pizza and I like dancing but I still don’t like robots much. 

(illustrations by Thomas Chavez)

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According to the BBC, a baseball team in Korea has installed telepresence robots at the stadium that fans can log into (and upload their face to) when they want to watch a game. And that’s not creepy at all. 

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Creepy robot sculpture from Valerobots is my new nightmare jam.