Dancer Madd Chadd has perfected the art of imitating a robot. You know, the jerky kind that makes a loud servo noise every time it moves a joint. In this video, robot Chadd transfers energy from a sandwich to himself through his mouth like any decent robot would.
At this point, there are plenty of popular YouTubers with high speed cameras that record epic slow motion footage that can make a viewer drool. But art studio Love High Speed takes the concept to the next level with their professional lighting, makeup artists, and–most of all–their high speed cameras controlled by high speed robotic arms.
Seemingly simple and boring scenes, such as a woman walking through blowing leaves or an archer firing a fire arrow, become masterful pieces of art. To say the footage is stunning is an understatement.
For years, robotics lab Boston Dynamics has been impressing the Internet with their state of the art robots that can walk on two or four legs. Their latest high technology robot is called Spot which can traverse over rough terrain, climb stairs, and more!
This video by German channel RalphScarcross was published way back when YouTube was nearly brand new in 2006, but it is trending again now. The clip features a robotic arm which pours the perfect beer. So now that it’s at least nine years old why aren’t they selling these things at Walmart and Best Buy? I want one!
It’s taking some time, but robots are slowly becoming more common. Disney Research has just recently revealed their new Beachbot. The small robot can be programmed with specific designs that it draws on the beach sand. So cool!