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Method-1: The South Korean Mech Warrior

The age of the Mech Warrior draws near. An age that will see human piloted giant robots doing battle, in the arena of course. South Korea is the latest country to throw its hat into the Mech Warrior ring. Developed by South Korea robotics manufacturer Korea Future Technology the Method-1 is a futurist dream come true. The future before your eyes.

America and Japan are already locked in a death stare ready for their giant robots to test each other’s metal, once enough money can be kickstarted. It turns out that shipping costs alone are a killer when dealing with giant robots. The battle has been postponed once but with a third opponent things only get more interesting.

Presented for your viewing pleasure is the latest giant robot to emerge from a laboratory. The Method-1 with its nimble frame and dexterous limbs taking its first steps. Sit back relax and prepare to do battle from a mobile couch suit, hell add a fridge and I’ll call it home.

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The Canon Pixus Gundam Project, all sorts of cool in forced perspective 3D…

To demonstrate the amazing print quality of their Pixus inkjet printers Canon has put together a series of incredibly cool Gundam characters to print, characters that seem to spring to life. The optical illusion of the final output looks odd initially but it’s really impressive with a convincing feeling of depth when viewed from just the right angle.

For fans of Gundam and optical illusions Canon have the characters on their promo website, there is a lot of click guessing involved but it’s well worth it.

Presented for your viewing pleasure is the Canon video that will trick you mind for just a moment, proving just how effective these forced perspective optical illusions can be. Sit back, relax and remember that the printer is mightier than the Gundam sword.

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