All Singing, All Dancing Japanese Robot Debut

In case you don’t have a dance partner, or need someone to star in your up and coming musical, Japan has the robot for you! From Daily Mail:

The age of robots being used in everyday homes has come a step nearer with the development of a new humanoid. And once they’ve done the dishes, they can join you in bop round the living room.

For the catchily named HRP-4C, dubbed Divabot, which has a realistic face and moveable features, can sing too.  And yesterday she showed off her neatest dance steps at an exhibition in Tokyo.

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  • oman28

    I thought her performance was a little wooden.

  • Anonymous

    I thought her performance was a little wooden.

  • Mahajohn

    She is thinking of how s he can murder every single human in the audience.

  • Mahajohn

    She is thinking of how s he can murder every single human in the audience.

  • Fake

    welcome to the uncanny valley

  • Fake

    welcome to the uncanny valley

  • GoodDoktorBad

    About as stiff and cold as my ex girlfriend………

  • Anonymous

    About as stiff and cold as my ex girlfriend………

  • dumbsaint

    You’ll be thanking the Japanese for this when this robot’s song is the only thing that can melt the frozen hearts of the invading Zentradi forces.

  • Anonymous

    You’ll be thanking the Japanese for this when this robot’s song is the only thing that can melt the frozen hearts of the invading Zentradi forces.

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