Working to bring imagination to life is no simple task but this is exactly the task chosen by the brains behind Project J-Deite, a project aiming to build a life sized working Transformer. Making the challenge even harder is their desire to create a life sized robot able to transform from a walking mech to a rolling car and able to work in both modes, no easy feat.
Presented for your viewing pleasure is the progress report for the incredible transforming machine J-Deite Quarter. Sit back, relax and remember never trust a transformer until you see what he transforms into.
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Time is moving faster, the technology once only the realm of the silver screen is coming to life in record time. The latest sci-fi technology to make the leap is the Transforming robot. A favourite for many generations of children and adults alike seeing a robot transform in real life for the first time will put a smile on your face, it may also send a slight shiver down your spine.
Transform Robot Version 7.2 is the first publically available transforming robot that can walk, fire rockets, capture video then transform into a 1/12th scale remote controlled car for a fast get away.
Included for your viewing pleasure are the first two videos released by Kenji Ishida previewing his Version 7.2 in action. The history video is a must watch with the many generations of Mr Roboto’s evolution.
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ASUS, as a technology manufacturer how do you follow up such a ground breaking gadget as the Transformer Prime ? You produce a smaller lighter and all-round cuter version of course. The first sightings are speculated to have happened at last month’s CES, with private back room demonstrations given to a select few by ASUS CEO Jerry Shen. Now Taiwanese website NCCC have apparently managed to get some pictures of the new Transformer. Initial impressions seem to suggest this is a 7″ version of the legendary Prime.
While many of the Technorati were distracted by the Apple v Samsung brew ha-ha ASUS managed to sneak up on them all and frankly put both of the headline grabbers to shame. The ASUS Transformer Prime not only captured everyone’s imagination with its catchy name but it also brought with it a number of firsts. By far the most powerful tablet on the market with its NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad core CPU and with useability off the charts thanks to its snap on keyboard with integrated battery the Prime is now the new standard in Android tablets and now Prime is getting a little brother.
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