Every week we post a collection of the best robot photos submitted by our readers to our robots.net flickr group. Why? Because everyone likes to see cool new robots! This week's collection includes a law enforcement robot from Knoxville, a variety of robot art, some robot toys, hobby robots, and even a cat that likes robots. If you'd like to submit your robot photos, join the robots.net flickr group. If you're not already a flickr member, it's free and easy to sign up. Read on to see the best robot photos of the week!
EV-KCSD Robot by flickr user rharring49
Robot used by the Knoxville County Sheriff's Department in Knoxville, TN
Laputa Robot by flickr user Dell's Pics
The Laputa Robot sculpture at the Ghibli Museum in Tokyo, Japan
ct-Bot by flickr user RobotFreak
ct-Bot is a robot kit, created by the german c't magazine. Based on a ATmega32. With 12cm diameter the robot will fit into a CD cage.
Talbotics Group Shot by flickr user Talbotics
Assemblage Robot Sculpture Night Lights by Tal Avitzur.
Mi Robot by flickr user Ruben Sosa
Robot art made from recycled electronic trash
DPRG robot by flickr user steevithak
Small robot built by a member of the Dallas Personal Robotics Group
mek by flickr user Arcandio
Mobile Frame Zero is inspiring. I'm working on my own game now, in a very similar vein.
robots by flickr user milky.way
I can't recognize all of them please help me! :o) the bigger one is daitarn 3. the others, left to right (italian names), trider G7, Getter Robot G (aka Jet robot), Getter Robot (aka Jetta Robot), mazinga Z, reideen, daimos, combatter V, great mazinga, ?, goldrake (aka grendizer), vultus 5, ?, Dancougar, Zambot 3, gaiking, gotrinitron.
Cat and robot by flickr user JoJoNeiL
"Un coussin vibreur contre des grattouilles, ça me va"
R-1 Robot Toy by flickr user My Toy MuseumBattery operated vintage Gang of Five style tin robot R-1 Robot grey version by Rocket USA in 2000. 12.5 inches tall, a big one. Bump n Go action with flashing eyes and ears and clamping hands (but they open and close a bit only, not holding position nor grab something firmly. Just a show)
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