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Metal Robot With A Latex Einstein Head Walks Around And Talks

Einstein Robot VideoWe're one step closer to a Futurama future! This video has a group of scientists from Hubo Labs working on a robot version of Einstein. I'm not sure what their overall goal with the project is other than maybe creating a robot tour guide or robot grade school history/science lesson. The head of the robot is a human shaped latex head of Einstein while the rest of the robot is your generic Japanese looking robot. The head and face of Einstein has facial expressions and 'talks' (though I assume it is pre-recorded). The head itself looks pretty good but it would have probably looked better had it been on a human sized body and not a three foot tall robot body.

Watch the full video of the walking talking robot with an Einstein head below or click over and view it on the host site.


Posted in Strange Videos 13 years, 7 months ago. Permalink | Email It
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iCopulate April Fools Joke Product Comes With Strawberry Scented iLube

iColulate Product ArticleThinkGeek is running a fake product called the iCopulate for April Fool's Day. The fake product is suppost to allow you to connect two iPods togather and tranfer songs between them. The joke is that it is called iCopulate, comes with strawberry scented iLube, and is made out of latex (hint hint). Here is a quote from the fake product description:

"Now your iPodŽ can get some action and do direct data transfers at the same time! Here's how it works. Simply apply a dab of the included iLubeŠ onto the dock connector of your iPodŽ and slip it into one end of the iCopulate's™ latex sleeve. Find another consenting iPodŽ in the vicinity and deftly insert it into the opposite end of the sleeve."

Check the iCopulate product out for yourself.


Posted in Funny Articles 14 years, 8 months ago. Permalink | Email It
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