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The Creation of Nannybot
Ever wonder if there is a secret society of Robots engaged in some strange mystic cult that they don't let on about to humans?
Credits: If you don't know the original go to en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Creation_of_Adam It's just a bit better than mine because Michealangelo - go check it out.
Push Comes To Shove.....We Are All Just Robots in Love...
Carbon or silicon...does it matter?
Bamse Personal Bot Blue Screen & Interference
A&Y Zeo Cyber Hair
ZIBSKA Noir Eye-Makeup
RKPOSES Lana 2
oOCupcakeOo - Metal Cage Dress
Dies iræ robotic head by Azoury
More detail on my B log : goukislash.blogspot.com/2020/03/robots-sapiens.html
First Law: A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
Second Law: A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
Third Law: A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws
Merci Kurl ! :)
AZOURY : Robotic feet
This is the beautiful, highly glazed city of Vancouver. The reflection top right reminds me of a robot!! If it were a robot it would have been behind me which would have been a little scary!!:)
Robotic' Effect Pack These can really be a subtle effect or full-on depending on the opacity/ speed you set them. Digital glitching, TV static, cute loading robot and more! Get your futuristic freak on with these advanced tech-themed effects. These effect packs are add-ons, they only work with Birth's 'GLIMMER' EYE SYSTEM
Some sci-fi stuff....!
Have a great day guys.Thank you for comments and faves.
My DeviantART- noro8.deviantart.com/
Stock-purchased or my own.
The new Da Vinci surgical robot at St Andrew's Hospital that is now providing high-precision minimally invasive robotic surgery in South Australia. This one is playing with a rubber band and some plastic cones for demonstration purposes.
Still working on the larger robot, though progress is slow. The upper arm is mostly done and, being stumped on the torso, I'll probably move onto the legs next.
I cloned out the stand here. Even if the rest of the robot were built, and the arm was attached to something, that elbow joint is not strong enough to hold up the smaller bot.
Ao meu ver, a melhor musica do album é essa. ADOREI muito essa minha manipulação. Porfavor, criticas construtivas
A visitor playing with the ‘Robotic Shadow’ in the Tokyo Skytree Town Campus, Chiba Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan. The campus awarded the JAPAN MEDIA ARTS FESTIVAL, Entertainment Division, Jury Selections (2013)… The robot is projection on giant screen… single photo not computer graphics.
Official video of the exhibit: youtu.be/zfoALFnUFY8
ROBOTIC SHADOW: In order to create a robot that enriched everyday lives whilst existing in exquisite symbiosis with humanity, a sensor technology able to "feel" persons' intentions and behavior is imperative. This exhibition is precisely about experiencing the kind of sensor technology that is capable of "feeling" human movement and behaviorism. By utilizing the 3D sensor technology, one's duplicate is enacted on a large screen as if a magnetized aggregate of cubes, toward which a sphere is hurled and scatter the cubes; ultimately leading to an otherworldly, wondrous world. By "feeling" human behaviorisms, it is possible to experience mysterious and playful world of imagination from time to time. www.it-chiba.ac.jp/skytree/index_en.html
Seen at the UNESCO world heritage site Eisenhütte Völklingen in Germany.
When my son was very little he asked me why there were robots lining the Edinburgh City Bypass. I told them that they were sentries whose job was to protect the wild animals from crossing the bypass and getting injured or killed. I took this photo from just beside the busy dual carriageway. The beautiful Pentland Hills are in the background.
The guys at the police force got them selves a new colleague.
This build is my biggest robot build so far, and it was pretty fun to do. All joints are articulated, and, if not for the weight, it could probably take any natural stance...??
Have fun and enjoy!! ;-))
I finally got these Japanese robots to stand still in formation.
There is nothing quite like the Robot Restaurant in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
Love Life, Love Photography
I brought this photo from the exhibition. Wooden boxy robot Woody with hair braids on its head is the best friend for the children. It can make sales and distribute candy or souvenirs, play prizes in quizzes, predict the future, sing songs, recite poems, tell jokes and play on the barrel organ.
The most challenging task in the robot vision is the application of recognition, which includes the detection and identification of objects.
"Robot II Luftwaffe Eigentum Black, an outstanding Army Robot Camera.
During the world war II, Otto Berning produced his famous Robot Luftwaffe Eigentum
( Air force property), this was a special production of flight recognized cameras.
This is a beautiful F serial, 4th version of 1942, with Long-long advance knob
(48 exposures) and two holes on top. The F serial comes from the german
word "Flieger" or "Flyer", with the famous Sonnar 7,5 cm lens,
in aluminium body of 1941, a rare war time lens, the most popular lens was the
Tele-Xenar of 7,5 cm, the Biotar 2,0, and the Xenon 1,9 lens. Only a few units of this
versión was fited with the Carl Zeiss 7,5 cm Sonnar.
The camera was used in several German fighter planes like the Messerschmitt BF 109 and 110
and the Focke Wulf 190. In the last one the camera was mounted in a cradle in the right
wing and was connected with the guns. The camera could also be used handheld by the crew
This is a very little master piece of collection. Some research say that 20.000 units
/ robot-zeiss-kodak.blogspot.com /
- A robot may not injure a human being, or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
- A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
- A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.
"Runaround" in Astounding Science Fiction (March 1942); later published in I, Robot (1950). This statement is known as "The Third Law of Robotics"
Later included among these laws was "The Zeroth Law of Robotics"
- A robot may not injure humanity, or, through inaction, allow humanity to come to harm.
Robots and Empire (1985) This statement is known as "The Zeroth Law of Robotics"; a variant of it first occurred in The Evitable Conflict (1950)
the robot is the creation of Chris Wollard from Tulsa, and is an art car with space for 8-10 people to ride in back; robot's friend is a modified Gerlach ambulance, the Jambulance, by Kent Robinson
1. Un robot no debe dañar a un ser humano o, por su inacción, dejar que un ser humano sufra daño.
2. Un robot debe obedecer las órdenes que le son dadas por un ser humano, excepto si estas órdenes entran en conflicto con la Primera Ley.
3. Un robot debe proteger su propia existencia, hasta donde esta protección no entre en conflicto con la Primera o la Segunda Ley.
Las 3 leyes de la robótica del gran Isaac Asimov.
We are never weird on the internet
Eudora3d Sigrun Headpiece
CUREMORE / Selenopolis / Maschinenmensch Arms
AZOURY Sunglass - IGIT (White - Yellow)
Caboodle - Latex Suit - Maitreya
CUREMORE / Punk Chick / Anarchy Neon / Pure
[Kres] Confused Robot - Horace standing (Deco)
[Kres] Confused Robot - Bartholomew Standing (Deco)
Captured in: Smithtown, NY.
For this week's Macro Monday theme, we were tasked with focusing on electronic components... Components that might be found at the heart of some of our favorite devices, and could appear as a futuristic cityscapes or abstract constructions when in macro form.
I decided to imagine these circuits as being used in a different way... Perhaps as part of a hybrid food for future robots (or artificial people as they may prefer to be called) -- part food, part tech. Granted our future AIs probably won't be consuming resistors or diodes, but then this image wouldn't have met this week's challenge. ;)
This composite takes a small sized apple, and combines it with the innards of an old computer motherboard, specifically the CPU processor socket, along with its many other chips / components as well.
Sorry Bishop... I almost forgot... I know you prefer the term artificial person yourself. ;)
-- Aliens (1986).
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"Robot Food" is a non-HDR image that was processed using a combination of ACR / Photoshop, and includes the use of Topaz Labs plugins -- Adjust, Clean, Denoise, Glow and Impression.
TMI Robotics Club prepares for Saturday's Getting Excited About Robots (GEAR) competition at UTSA. They will compete against more than 150 teams with a robot they have designed and programmed to complete various tasks in as limited time as possible.