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Robo-One videos will astound/confuse you

If you've been following Robo-One 12 vicariously, welcome to the motherlode. Robot Watch recently posted a smorgasbord of videos showcasing the best demos and battles from the recent bipedal robot competition.

By September 26, 2007

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Video montage: Robo-One bots play catch

Robots Dreams has a video montage of this year's bipedal robot competition in Japan that showcases this year's special challenge: to have robots catch and throw a ball.

By September 27, 2007

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Impromptu robot fight breaks out at Robo-One 12

Finally, a chicken robot battles a normal robot. Caught on YouTube.

By September 20, 2007

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Go a few rounds with this kid-sized boxing robot

Inspired by the film "Real Steel," a Japanese robot enthusiast and his son take their machine to the next level.

By March 8, 2012

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Bike with no brakes no prob for mini robot

Masahiko Yamaguchi's mini robot can balance itself while riding a bike just by moving the handlebars. Expect wheelies soon.

By November 14, 2011

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Transforming robot kicks butt, carries creator

Fighting robot OmniZero can transform from humanoid into car and then a walking seat. It's the latest from the world of Robo-One warrior bots.

By September 28, 2009

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African humanoid built from old TVs

Student from the Togolese Republic constructs walking humanoid robot almost entirely out of old television sets.

By April 13, 2010

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So you think you can dance the robot?

Japanese robotics wizard Dr. GIY has posted a video of his feline Manoi kit robot doing a very un-robotic dance, choreographed to an anime theme song.

By March 18, 2010

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Robot avatar MeBot gives you wriggling bug body

Developed by an MIT researcher, MeBot is a small robot avatar for telepresence applications that can gesture to help convey the user's emotional state.

By March 6, 2010

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Hobby robot Robovie packs PC power

Japanese robot maker Vstone has announced a premium humanoid hobby robot that runs on its own PC, enabling easier programming and better functions.

By October 6, 2009