Inflatable robots


21 Responses to “Inflatable robots”

  1. Elefun the Elephant meets The Human Centipede

  2. dagfooyo says:

    Dr. Irving Schlock?  Is that you?

  3. robotnik says:

    Strandbeest meets blow up doll.

  4. s2redux says:

    It’s no flying car, but at least it’s another step closer to an intergalactic proton-powered electrical tentacled advertising droid.

  5. Lobster says:

    I’ll be in my bunk.

  6. Skully says:

    Dibs on “Inflatable Robots” for a band name. I’m thinking kind of Kraftwerk-meets-acoustic-folk.

  7. Brainspore says:

    The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is about to get a lot more awesome/terrifying.

  8. Nadreck says:

    Bah, we had fluidic robots back in the 60s:

  9. Rich Keller says:

    It reminds me of the tachikoma from Ghost in  the Shell. Hopefully it doesn’t have the same overly cute voice.

  10. Edd thompson says:

    Ever see the girl who does that voice. Epic cute ;)

  11. BassTooth says:

    love that funky robot rhythm…
    click click clicka click clickety click. click click clicka click clickety click…

  12. Mike Jackson says:

    Of all the robots I have known, this might be the most disturbing.

  13. Travis_D says:

    Ah really…?  You didn’t link to the Hizook article:

    I worked hard to write that up with Saul…

    • David Pescovitz says:

      I didn’t find out about this from your site. But since you asked *so* nicely, I’ve added a link.

      • Travis_D says:

        Ooops… re-reading my comment, that came off really bad (snarky and in bad taste).  You guys do a bang-up job citing sources; I just wanted to point you to the article.   Next time, I’ll be sure to add an emoticon to indicate that I’m just joshin’ you a bit.  ;-)  No hard feelings. 

  14. FreakCitySF says:

    This project officially removes the “genius” in his introductions. But it looks like a run ride!

  15. pjcamp says:

    Sorry, takedown notice. I remember the ambulatory boob robot from Sleeper.

  16. nixiebunny says:

    Interesting idea. It might need different actuator placement to enable it to walk effectively, though, since the legs aren’t able to lift themselves up more than a couple inches.  Perhaps the torso could swivel to get one leg of each pair to rise up higher?

  17. herartsheloves says:

    Sort of those robots from ‘Ghost in the Shell’… sort of…

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