This week's edition of Best Robot Photos of the Week is a special holiday collection of Christmas robots submitted by our readers. We also received one holiday photo made by Hanukkah nanobots. No one posted photos of Kwanzaa bots or Festivus droids this year. Whatever your preferred winter holiday, just remember that Axial Tilt is the reason for the season and enjoy our these photos of holiday robots. Want to see your robot photo here? Post it to flickr and add it to the robots.net flickr group. If you're not a flickr member yet, it's free and easy to sign up. Read on to see the best robot photos of the week!
Pressie wrapping by flickr user Sa//y
Molecular Nanobots: Mosaic 7 by flickr user chicbee04
Cellular Evolution Observed In Molecular Hanukkah Nanobots. Nano signifies three orders of magnitude smaller than micro. These tiny robots are ninobytes in biological terminology, as in trilobytes.
These tiny, nine cell, robots are able to make things fun for everyone..;))
Santa Mech by flickr user andertoons
The Christmas Bender by flickr user Evan MacPhail Photographry
"What else is a robot supposed to do on Christmas? I'm gonna lube up, get hammered and throw that brick through some old ladies window!"
4 Robot Ornaments by flickr user robynwarnedesigns
Little retro robot hand painted on a 2 5/8" diameter moss green glass ornament with a pearl finish. Only 4 were made - each one is unique!
Howdy From Beneath The Tree by flickr user Thomas Philbrook
It's beginning to look a lot like a robot-ish Christmas!
Cris Rose December Robotone Sprogs by flickr user _mr_dave
Kawaii Robot Ornament by flickr user Jenn and Tony Bot
This bot is guaranteed to brighten up your Christmas tree.
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dalek ornament by flickr user gammaraybots / tom torrey
for sale at my etsy store.
made from wood and paint.
Robot santa deployed in front of the xmas tree by flickr user lilspikey
Santa Clause is Comin' to town by flickr user freddasusan75069
This set is made from spoons, forks, a cocktail shaker, camera, lamp parts, red button, and other bits and pieces. Vintage toys are in his red tin "toy sack."
Have you been good little robot all year? by flickr user
Photo by Dzozef.
Brown Bax Robot Angel Christmas Ornament by flickr user HerArtSheLoves
Brown Bax is the happiest robot, that is a fact. Holiday spirit he does not lack. Hanging Christmas Ornament, rustic robot angel.
Robot sculpture combining polymer clay, wire woven into coil springs, varnish and a little heart handmade by HerArtSheLoves.
Because Robots by flickr user tarabrown
Why Ripley is excited about LA Makerspace.
Want to see more cool robots? Check out last week's best photos!