By Matthew Roscoe • 23 September 2020 • 15:48
Go, Go, Power Rangers: Real-life Power Ranger robot is really moving. How long do you think it will be before we see giant robots walking the earth?
FANS of the Power Rangers franchise will be keeping a close eye on developments in Japan as a huge 2-metre tall robot has taken its first steps.
In something reminiscent of a Transformer, the GUNDAM, a gigantic robot, managed to clench its fists, flex its muscles, point to the sky, bend a knee and take its first steps.
In 2014, the Gundam Factory Yokohama presented the Gundam Global Challenge, a challenge extended to people your shared the ultimate dream of making the full-scale Gundman move.
The project has seen participation from a large number of specialists in technology, engineering and design and six-years later, their dream of seeing the Gundman move has been realised.
In July, the project developers demonstrated that the “world’s largest robot” was already capable of moving its legs but this latest video shows that there is a lot more to come after the first steps of the 25 ton, RX-78-2 Gundam robot were captured.
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