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vintage-robots:

Perhaps the most advanced personal robot from the 1980s, Newton could accept voice commands, answer the phone, and was wirelessly connected to online data bases.

If it wasn’t missing killrays, this might have become our new robot overlord.

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gameraboy:

Modern Inventions (1937)

The future that awaits us. 

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Seiko Epson’s new industrial robot looks like something out of a weirdo sci-fi flick (via IEEE Spectrum)

Seiko Epson’s new industrial robot looks like something out of a weirdo sci-fi flick (via IEEE Spectrum)

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 has unveiled its third generation humanoid robot, REEM-C, which is being sold as a research platform (

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2087:

like music to my ears

2087:

like music to my ears

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scumtriumphant:

it’s the christmas you always dream of

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twicr:

William Bondin is designing robotic structures that can roam spaces by following sunlight. Fascinating work but more than a little bit creepy. You can follow his progress on Tumblr. 
(h/t Mashable)

twicr:

William Bondin is designing robotic structures that can roam spaces by following sunlight. Fascinating work but more than a little bit creepy. You can follow his progress on Tumblr

(h/t Mashable)

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laughingsquid:

The Happening Book, Daily Journal Entries of a Geeky Seven-Year-Old Written in 1978

"Geeky" 7 year old? Fuck off. Every boy loves Star Wars, Godzilla, and Dinosaurs at that age.

laughingsquid:

The Happening Book, Daily Journal Entries of a Geeky Seven-Year-Old Written in 1978

"Geeky" 7 year old? Fuck off. Every boy loves Star Wars, Godzilla, and Dinosaurs at that age.

randomweas:

STAND BY ME DORAEMON - CGI MOVIE 2D/3D (2014)

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NEC’s beloved (but as yet unavailable) communication bot PaPeRo may finally be coming home (via IEEE Spectrum)

NEC’s beloved (but as yet unavailable) communication bot PaPeRo may finally be coming home (via IEEE Spectrum)