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If you don't, I will send big angry robots to your house. I know your IP.

Oh, and I am not a robot...really. 0_0

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nickkahler:

CyberMotion Simulator, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany, 2010 (via BLDGBLOG)
‘The Simulator, Wired writes, is “a RoboCoaster industrial robotic arm adapted and programmed to simulate an F1 Ferrari F2007.” I’m curious what everyday architectural uses such a robo-arm might have.  An office full of moving cubicles held aloft by black robotic arms that  lift, turn, and rotate each desk based on who the worker wants to talk  to; mobile bedroom furniture for a depressed ex-astronaut; avant-garde  set design for a new play in East London; a vertigo-treatment facility  designed by Aristide Antonas; surveillance towers for traffic police in outer Tokyo; a hawk-watching platform in Fort Washington State Park. You show up for your first day of high school somewhere in a Chinese  colonial city in central Africa and find that everyone—in room after  room, holding hundreds of people—is sitting ten feet off the ground in  these weird and wormy chairs, dipping and weaving and reading  Shakespeare.’

nickkahler:

CyberMotion Simulator, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany, 2010 (via BLDGBLOG)

‘The Simulator, Wired writes, is “a RoboCoaster industrial robotic arm adapted and programmed to simulate an F1 Ferrari F2007.” I’m curious what everyday architectural uses such a robo-arm might have. An office full of moving cubicles held aloft by black robotic arms that lift, turn, and rotate each desk based on who the worker wants to talk to; mobile bedroom furniture for a depressed ex-astronaut; avant-garde set design for a new play in East London; a vertigo-treatment facility designed by Aristide Antonas; surveillance towers for traffic police in outer Tokyo; a hawk-watching platform in Fort Washington State Park. You show up for your first day of high school somewhere in a Chinese colonial city in central Africa and find that everyone—in room after room, holding hundreds of people—is sitting ten feet off the ground in these weird and wormy chairs, dipping and weaving and reading Shakespeare.’

monstercrazy:

Satan’s Satellites, aka Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952)

monstercrazy:

Satan’s Satellites, aka Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952)

(via castlemonster)

mayrafg:

the hello-bot! - sketchbook page

mayrafg:

the hello-bot! - sketchbook page

suicide-risk:

old art.

suicide-risk:

old art.

tokyokumako:

HELLO.
WELCOME TO AKIHABARA.
the designed pavement at Akihabara.
it’s about the size of both of your feet.

tokyokumako:

HELLO.

WELCOME TO AKIHABARA.

the designed pavement at Akihabara.

it’s about the size of both of your feet.

mayorofawesometown:

Apr Unit 0503

mayorofawesometown:

Apr Unit 0503

freevo:

Noisia - Alpha Centauri 12”: 
Noisia consists of three talented guys from Groningen. the Netherlands, and are established producers of electronic music. Alpha Centauri is the third single taken from their debut album Split the Atom.

freevo:

Noisia - Alpha Centauri 12”

Noisia consists of three talented guys from Groningen. the Netherlands, and are established producers of electronic music. Alpha Centauri is the third single taken from their debut album Split the Atom.

pacalin:

Robot - by Tim Burton
via: Ken Turner | Superpunch

pacalin:

Robot - by Tim Burton

via: Ken Turner | Superpunch

studioyeaney:

“Two Faced Robot” shirts from Studio Yeaney’s Zazzle store are now available: http://bit.ly/hjSUhk

studioyeaney:

“Two Faced Robot” shirts from Studio Yeaney’s Zazzle store are now available: http://bit.ly/hjSUhk

omgomgomg thankss for reblogging mah robot ;D

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screamanddive:

FUTUREBOT

screamanddive:

FUTUREBOT

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