Labor of love makes the latest Gundam mecha look like something from anime’s heady hand-drawn peak.
Low-tech idea yields high-tech-looking results.
Patlabor’s Ingram is out on patrol.
The significance of the event is being felt by everyone, even the workers who stopped to pose with photos of the mecha’s gigantic detached body parts.
The original Gundam statue is no more, but dry your tears, anime fans, because a new mecha is on the way.
You might not think you have enough space in your home to display all these anime and movie robots, but you’re wrong.
The Internet of Things (IoT) finds its newest home in a pint-sized moe-cute figure who gyrates for your pleasure.
They’re called “mobile suits,” and snowboarding is a form of mobility, after all.
Recreation of anime’s Unit-01 sets very specific Guinness World Record.
Azumi the holographic robot wants to brush teeth, watch TV, and send cute text messages together with you.
But could the sudden farewell have a silver lining?
Cut the carp and tell us if these are real already!
Robots? Check. Anime? Check. Creepy but still cute? Oh definitely check.
Of course making a giant robot suit is no easy task, but Hajime Research Institute is 22 percent there.
China has smashed its own Guinness World Record for the largest number of robots dancing at one time.
Osaka University’s PnueHound looks as excited to see us as we are to see it.
Pepper, I think we need to talk about your attitude problem.
See, this is why you need to limit your robots’ intake of violent anime.
Alongside the lifelike robot, shoppers can try their hand at futuristic screen technology that responds to touch in mid-air.
A fresh take on old-school Pocket Monsters and mobile suits.