Robotics News - First Robot Rap Video in History
People have growing concerns and questions regarding the recent wave of new robotic advances. Do robots have thoughts and feelings? Do they dream? More importantly, do they leave the seat up when going to the restroom?
January 28, 2005 -- Robots appear to be making fresh new inroads into the lives of people everywhere. Once relegated to research projects or to narrow vertical industries such as manufacturing, they have reached the tipping point and are now set to invade our very homes. As usual, the entertainment industry proves to be the messenger of a fresh new perspective on robots.
According to Robert Oschler, webmaster for the popular RobotsRule web site at www.robotsrule.com, which provides information and video on the latest robot news, there is a building need for public information regarding our new robot counterparts. “The technologically inclined long have had web sites and instructional videos to help explain the inner workings of a robot’s servos, gears, and electronics. It is now time to address the average citizen’s questions regarding robots.”
In a breakthrough of miniscule proportions, two of our new small electronic citizens have decided to make their feelings known in a two-minute rap, dance, and exercise video. The staggering implications of this video are about to be felt in the health, fitness, and hip-hop industries. Chrome and Dome, two Robosapien robots with a need to be heard, have released the first episode of their new show. Speaking for the digital duo, Dome, had this to say, “The Chrome and Dome Show(tm) is our way of letting the public know that we are just like them; one foot high, made of plastic, and looking desperately to spend some quiet quality time with a toaster.”
For more information and to view the video, please visit www.robotsrule.com/html/robot.php
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