Robots Will Kill You
Inevitable. Or not. http://RobotsWillKillYou.com
Japanese robot schematics from The Black Hole.
The Black Hole / program / Japan
Imagination: Stories of Science and Fantasy 31
Imagination: Stories of Science and Fantasy Covers
Human Transformer - NOLATron
Titanfall Game Info - Official Website
I had this robot ( or a version of it) in the early 1970's. I made my parents get it for me as a birthday present, but I a was afraid of it. It took me about a year to get used to it. Vintage Posters, Birthday Presents, Advant Future'S Vintage, Kaiju Chaos, Fuck Robots, Robots Cyborgs Powered Suits, Robots Japan, Posters Cov, Kaiju Robots
Kaiju Robot Japan 1980s
Badass sci-fi spec film, "Keloid".
With the design of its legs faithfully copying feline morphology, EPFL's four-legged "cheetah-cub robot" shares the advantages of its biological model: it is small, light and runs very fast. In the long term, this type of machine, which is still in an experimental stage, could be used in search and rescue missions or for exploration. Cheetahs Cubs Robots, Watches Videos, Robots Company, Cheetahcub Robots, Kittens Cat, Agility Robots, Robots Design, Robots Videos, Cat Science
March of the Robots
I had one of these! ROM the Space Knight. Although the weapons and translator made cool sounds and lit up, his eyes glowed, and you could make him sound like he was breathing, he was kinda...lame. He was more of an "inaction" figure. However, ROM, Mazinga, and the Micronauts went on many missions together around the house! 80S, 70S, 80 S
More and more I find myself intrigued by a a big monster like Godzilla attacking a small rural town instead of a big city. How would the dynamics of the story change? Attack Illustration, How To Drawing Robots, Beams Attack, 3D Character, Illustration By Mikrotom, Character Design, Aka Mikrotom, Robots Illustration, Robots Attack
robots enjoying some sun while plotting the demise of the human race
Monopoly is holding a voting contest to remove one game piece and add a new one. The robot is one of the new voting options.
Tinker is from the UK, invented by Dennis Weston in 1970. Tinker can be teleoperated from up to two miles away.
Poster featuring famous robots. Will it kill you? No. It's a poster, not actual robots.
Life-Size, Remote Controlled Wall-E Robot. Will it kill you? No, but the builder's shirt will.
RoboCop (2013) "Omnicorp Product Line" commercial. Will they kill you? We'll see in 2013.