Why Robots That Bend Are Better

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Robots of the future may be softer, squishier and bendier than robots today. This could make them ideal for space exploration. Check out kiwico.com/Veritasium50 for 50% off your first month of any subscription!
On Thursday February 18th, 2021 the NASA Perseverance Rover will land on Mars. It is a wonderful robot, made out of steel and wire - but will future robots look like Perseverance? There is an emerging field of research on "soft robots", where the machines are flexible. These soft robots have many advantages over traditional robots - they're safer, lighter, more flexible and can change their shape and size.
NASA is investigating the use of soft robots for space missions. For future visits to Enceladus or Europa, a lander could cut a hole in the ice and then insert a compliant robot through the hole. This robot could then grow and change shape on the other side.
N. S. Usevitch, Z. M. Hammond, M. Schwager, A. M. Okamura, E. W. Hawkes, S. Follmer, An untethered isoperimetric soft robot. Sci. Robot. 4,
ve42.co/Hammond2020 - paper about the truss robot
ve42.co/Usevitch2020 - press release and video about the truss robot
Electronics-free pneumatic circuits for controlling soft-legged robots
Dylan Drotman1, Saurabh Jadhav, David Sharp, Christian Chan, Michael T. Tolley Sci. Robot. 6, eaay2627 (2021)
ve42.co/Drotman - paper about the turtle robot
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Video supplied by Getty Images
Thanks to Zachary Hammond for showing me the soft truss robot
Filmed by Derek Muller
Edited and GFX by Trenton Oliver
Animation by Ivan Tello
Music by Jonny Hyman
Thumbnail by Ignat Berbeci, Dan Meyer

Ryosuke Takahashi
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This is why everyone likes bender
ZADO HCG Time siden
I don’t know much about 4-d stuff, but couldn’t this be used to simulate a tesseract?
Cristobal Rivas
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1 Million: 1.000.000 1 Billion: 1 Trillion: Why anglo-culture can't use any standart messure right.. damn.
walt bradly
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Do they have a shiny metal ass to bite?
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How to go faster than the speed of light :have the first clock send a pulse to the second one, then it starts, when the pulse gets sent back the lazer gets fired. The time it took - speed of the pulse = speed of light, even better if the pulse goes at the speed of light then you divide the time you get by half.
SeppuKun 6 timer siden
Can you use your science to prove that there are only 2 genders and that any other genders is just cultural Marxism pushed by modern day communists?
Lev Just lev
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I have a really cool idea, that might change africa for good, what if we take a lot of ocean water (a lot) placed it in the middle of africa and evaporated the water, making it rain in the entire region, besically making an entire sea inside africa and evaporate the water to the sky
Impact . net
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Impact . net
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I think seaech that
Lev Just lev
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@Impact . net this can cause africa to stop being a desert, and allow more natural resources to apear
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Don David
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9:57 Is Mark Rober who is talking? i didnt know that you boys were friends, 2 of my favority chanels
Viq 9 timer siden
These are safer because in the event one gets outta hand, 5.56 will put it down.
Mark chaffee
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Think I cracked measuring the 'one way speed of light' / I need someone who knows what they're talking about to tell me why it's wrong
Mark chaffee
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Wouldn't this give the one way speed of light?
Mark chaffee
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With both clocks stopped, could they not be brought back together whereby you'd have the time difference of the clocks. The distance between the clocks was known and exact...
Mark chaffee
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Won't then both clocks be synchronized exactly? One clock sits by apparatus designed to emit an identifiable burst of light and is programmed to stop running at the moment this light is emitted. The other clock is designed to stop running when it detects this light.
Mark chaffee
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Tether two clocks to a central anchor with two equal and known length...tethers.. Move both the clocks in opposite directions until they reach the limits of the length of the tether. These clocks are designed to begin when they detect a certain (sudden and reducing) change of tension in the tether. Destroy the central anchor.
Mark chaffee
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I propose accelerometer or tension clocks. Timers that start when they undergo a certain change in motion or change in tension of a tether.
YTjndallas 10 timer siden
So... You named the robots in racially and culturally appropriated names? 🤪 What are the robots’ pronouns?????
eioshen boboi
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Finally this video came out, i already watch the other one so many times!!
nararya nalakanta
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hybird gonna come out
Mora Mulford
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The imported goldfish postprandially continue because night mostly fool barring a tasty comma. brief, rare foot
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he looks like Elon musk but with a mid-class job
Ngozi Oguh
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BIG HERO 6!!!!!
eioshen boboi
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editor/consultant. Cheers.
Larry Hsu
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PLEASE TALK ABOUT John Hutchison anti gravity !!!!💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥 PLEASE !!!
Jacob Daley
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AnAnD Y 16 timer siden
Hi there.. could you pls explain what is the source of energy behind earth's movement ?
Siddhesh Rane
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Next video : Why Women That Bend Are Better
john medeiros
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I am Bender Please Insert girder
seth seth
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These soft Transformers got laughed right out of Cybertron by both the Decepticons and Autobots.
seth seth
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@The weird Show Yes you are clown.
The weird Show
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Y H 20 timer siden
In video games, you'd be instructed to shoot the joints of these robots
definitely not pico
definitely not pico 21 time siden
It's like your my science teacher
scrofwimey 21 time siden
Names of these robots are gold, imagine like police department using them to rescue drowning people "Smith on scene, there's a kid drowning" DEPLOY KIELBASA
warrior cast
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I can picture a robot uprising with these things, where they aggressively flop against people.
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shut up baby i know it
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Mistah J
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Kiełbasa is actually the word for the "Polish sausage".
LeRainbow FPV
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honestly, I understand why you are wearing masks when so close, but man, isn't it time to understand that when standing so close even a mask won't do anything? You might as well just take it off. You're just wearing the mask for the camera anyway, when it is off every one 'disregards' "corona law" anyway.
Aaron M. Lambert, Ph.D.
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*Many robots (including soft robots) are programmed for locomotion and other forms of motor control based upon the wiring principles of central pattern generators* (CPGs)-neural circuits that produce a wide frequency range of oscillatory rhythmic outputs even in the absence of sensory feedback-that have been adapted by evolution over hundreds of millions of years across the animal kingdom for axial, quadrupedal, and bipedal locomotion, as well as many other peculiar forms of locomotion, including rolling locomotion akin to that of the robot showcased in this video here. After several months of preparation, I'll soon be posting vids from my perspective as a Harvard neurobiologist and scientific editor/consultant. Cheers.
savantian eccentrian
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@Krish Gupta You really don't know how to search for past comments by a user? Use the mobile version of NOpost and click on this harvard guy's profile icon. You can see that he posted this same comment multiple times before and they are all still there. I found them. Think before you type my guy.
Krish Gupta
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@John Doe nope he deleted it
Stochastic Diety
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@John Doe nope. it's still there and I'm sure he doesn't care about neck beards. he probably just reposted to get to the top again since comment ranks cycle over time.
John Doe
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lol he deleted his old comment bcuz of too much hate
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Lol you had to mention that you are from hArVaRd :D
Oxy Bright Dark
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What if they hit something sharp?
Rebeca Fernandez
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Jaime Brent
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It's lana del rey for me
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Can you help with a problem. Lets say, Im standing near the sun and say a charge q+ is on the earth, from my point of view the charge q+ is moving as the earth revolves around the sun and as moving charges are suppose to produce a magnetic field it dosnt seem to.While the person on the earth with the charge q+ it is stationary. So, at what point does the charge chose to produce the magnetic field. lets say normaly u pass a current through wire, it produces a magnetic field, but if you were to move along with the charge, would it produce any magnetic field.
Bill McBillFace
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Soybean The Great
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Is this comment made by an ai? This is gibberish
Icabod Psillycyberman
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Got an off topic question for you. Lots of sci fi uses rotatating structures in space to provide gravity inside them. Does this actually work-my head tells me it shouldn't?
Icabod Psillycyberman
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@Oxy Bright Dark But those big spinning devices are on earth where there is already gravity-the centrifugal force then works towards the circumference of the device.i dont get how centrifugal force would work where there is no gravity. The people in the space station (or whatever) are not held to the surface of the thing that is spinning unlike the example of water in a bucket?
Oxy Bright Dark
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If you spin a bucket round and round, the water contained won’t fall out, because it’s sent constantly backwards into the bucket, rather than into the earth. Centrifugal force, which is actually a combination of forces, would work in space. But when you go towards the middle of the ship, it’ll spin faster and the gravity would be stronger. This means that the ship would need to be quite big, and the middle compartment not liveable, or in the shape of a donut or frisbee, spinning so that the outside is faster. They use big spinning devices to test G forces. Tom Scott made a video about it.
Absolute Fireworks
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Made veritasium videos dubbed in Hindi also.
Habatrosha Dag siden
Can you please make realistic a custom T-Rex design and go to wild animals tigers, lions, gorillas, Elephants, etc... I wanna see their reaction, thank you so much, I will give you a like of you do this.
Hot Choco
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That d8 is looking mighty fine
Crystal Dragon
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Why not use pool noodles?
Oxy Bright Dark
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If you bend a pool noodle too much it snaps
Marty Lynchian
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Soft Robots = gay robots. Give me steel, fuel and fire any day of the week.
Daniel Thorne
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i dont know, i watched the Boston Dynamic robots. this is lame AF
Ultima Ratio
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I wanna see this piece of crap "roll" through a freaking forest! :D
maxim jurisic
maxim jurisic Dag siden
its like baymax
Mip Dag siden
"Scientists" wearing masks outside, smh.
iLearnCode Dag siden
Thats because you are confusing "scientist" with "Scientist ©".
iLearnCode Dag siden
bendable robots sounds like commie gobbledigook garbage akin to "eat the bugs" or soylent. Its like calling electric scooters "hover boards". It reeks of civilizational decline and coping.
iLearnCode Dag siden
@THYCR3ATOR Not an argument
THYCR3ATOR Dag siden
You forget to take your meds today bud?
Eluem Dag siden
Seems like everything that bends is better. Seems true in physics engines too, if done correctly.. and by bend, you mean flex. Swords that flex are usually also better.
Nicolai By
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That's kinda cool I guess.
Dominador Cordova
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Robot that bends are better.. and here I am looking at myself. Am I a robot?
Definitely Decided name
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Kiwi co crates are really cool especially the eureka crates
Endless Dag siden
If we take this to Mars, why do we have to inflate a balloon. Why cant we use another material that is flexible and soft. It has no risk to pop
vbddfy euuyt
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Bravo et merci
Naveen B
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Iss traveling at the speed of 8km/s ,but why they don't feel gravity inside?.
Bruce McKay
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The best bendy robot is Bender!!! There is no alternative!!!!
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Jaques Merde
Jaques Merde Dag siden
i really thought he said last "we will see more sex robots in the future" XD
vbddfy euuyt
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Bravo et merci
KrxzyFN Dag siden
BRO YOUR 40 ?!?!?!?!? YOU LOOK 20
Zhoutong Yang
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“Safe around people” “W R R R R R R R R R R R R R R”
Enterprise Galileo ll
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Don’t let China enslave the United States of America. Do you think a Chinese mind could think up a robot like this😂😂😂✨ I don’t even think they would want to being enslaved the way they are. The best minds are free minds🧠
Peter Quad
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I mean this could be perfect safe robot, i mean of course it will need stronger motors and everything but if you could crawl in, and i don't know imagine that building is in fire and you can't really get out this fella could do this.
alfpolo29 2 dager siden
This year the 2021' will be the 20th anniversary on attack on Twin Tower in New York, even today if i think about it i see again the people fall,people that for not burn alive has choice to jump over the window and die...many times i think why not exist a system for can escape in safety on skyscrapers? Why Engineers,Scientists,Researchers dont have found some solution? In London in 2017 14 june has burn a Grenfell Tower,24 floor,72 people die burn alive or the "most lucky" suffocated on fumes...in the World are not rare atrocity like this,today skyscrapers are in all World,but system on safety again are not adequate...
Manish Kumar
Manish Kumar 2 dager siden
Sir how can I be a applied physicist
Jackson 2 dager siden
Cool... I still prefer Gundam.
D.I 2 dager siden
It’s less scary than atlas
Jurie Verster
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Mark Rober.
CaptainStink 2 dager siden
There’s a joke to be made there somewhere...
Pidde Bas
Pidde Bas 2 dager siden
Take a shot everytime he says compliance
Sukshith S. M.
Sukshith S. M. 2 dager siden
Hello sir.. Can you make video on why planets revolve in elliptical orbit (considering general relativity)
Luqmaan Rashid
Luqmaan Rashid 2 dager siden
From what I know, nothing of any use has been produced by soft robotics research for as long as people have been working on them. They're just useless university projects that go nowhere, just like those absolutely useless self-assembling cube robots that can do jack all. After the last Asimo, Boston Dynamics Atlus is the biggest advancemt we've made in the feild of robotics in the last 30 years.
Fing Book
Fing Book 2 dager siden
@Huzufu yes, 30 yrs, then 15 years, then 6.5 yrs, etc.
Huzufu 2 dager siden
Keep in mind these are still very early stages. It's worth exploring weird ideas like this because that's what science is all about. Even if it isnt very useful, at least it was explored fully. Only by trying and testing a ton of ideas can we stumble on revolutionary ones.
Solutions & Débrouille
Solutions & Débrouille 2 dager siden
Bravo et merci
bouytt guyt
bouytt guyt 2 dager siden
0:08 Prototype of a freaking 'A.T.A.T.'
Maxwell Baca
Maxwell Baca 2 dager siden
There is absolutely no point in trying. To stop this technology it is inevitable. The end of mankind by robotics is inevitable. Not in our lifetime or our children... But its 100% guaranteed
Leviathan's Iris
Leviathan's Iris 2 dager siden
I love that this video showed up in my recs after a long string of Combat robotics videos xD
litapd311 Dag siden
i've been watching a ton of battlebots recently. although i don't think a bendy, poppable robot would do well there!
Melon Collie
Melon Collie 2 dager siden
I don't think they'll ever be more capable than hard, rigid robots. I think hard robots will just get smarter A.I. and more joints and rotation points, thereby giving them a wider range of applications they can handle and being better at not hurting humans. Maybe some specific situations where they have to directly deal with people, but I think advanced A.I. and maybe a squishy shell applied to a hard robot would more than make up for that.
bouytt guyt
bouytt guyt 2 dager siden
tecnicly electricty are difine robot we more toclking about air autaton
commenty commenter
commenty commenter 2 dager siden
i like this style of video a lot more. not that design-by-committee network tv video like last time. small robot! soft submarines my g
Zizi Gurra
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S S A 2 dager siden
Hello bot man
Alex Boi
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Bill Stickers
Bill Stickers 2 dager siden
It's just dawned on me you could tell people you're Elon Musk with that mask on
S S A 2 dager siden
@commenty commenter if you think you dont need a genius level intellect to become the richest person on planet earth from scratch then I guess maybe
Ethan Shearer
Ethan Shearer 2 dager siden
@commenty commenter That would be someone like Jeff Bezos. Elon is actually chief engineer at SpaceX. Does he delegate and have amazing teams of people who are also brilliant? Of couse, but he's far from just a rich owner.
commenty commenter
commenty commenter 2 dager siden
yeah except elon is not a genius, he's just a rich guy who owns the work of a bunch of scientists
Captain Hamburgers
Captain Hamburgers 2 dager siden
How about making a video on air pressure? specifically testing if higher air pressure stops projectiles, what pressure humans could fly at without any power assistance if it makes a difference, and see if higher pressure would reduce terminal velocity so humans could survive any drop. Im interested for video game purposes rather than wanting humans injured lol.
Nova Sama
Nova Sama 2 dager siden
what if u make the tubes out of sponge or permanent soft material?
Marcin Geborski
Marcin Geborski 2 dager siden
Kiełbasa xD
alex mejia
alex mejia 2 dager siden
I am satisfied with my care
Evan Donaldson
Evan Donaldson 2 dager siden
Seth Rogan as a Robotics Major
Drawerick 92
Drawerick 92 3 dager siden
I don´t find any of the Boston Dynamics robots creepy or terrifying, by the contrary I find them really astonishing, epic and gives me hope for a better future. All those comments about creppyness are the actual creepy stuf about human intelligence imo, also cringy and repetitive.
XVHK Green
XVHK Green 3 dager siden
what a loser
Jay Tee
Jay Tee 3 dager siden
Does it blend
Aaron M. Lambert, Ph.D.
Aaron M. Lambert, Ph.D. 3 dager siden
*Many robots (including soft robots) are programmed for locomotion and other forms of motor control based upon the wiring principles of central pattern generators* (CPGs)-neural circuits that produce a wide frequency range of oscillatory rhythmic outputs even in the absence of sensory feedback-that have been adapted by evolution over hundreds of millions of years across the animal kingdom for axial, quadrupedal, and bipedal locomotion, as well as many other peculiar forms of locomotion, including rolling locomotion akin to that of the robot showcased in this video here. After several months of preparation, I'll soon be posting vids from my perspective as a Harvard neurobiologist and scientific editor/consultant. Cheers.
Xenobia Eve
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@BaRacK jOe-mAmA Yikes my dude. It took me 30 seconds to do a google search on this guy and find like 20 sites verifying his harvard email and phd publications. just check gscholar or any of the other links that pop up. Welcome to the internet. Now that you have proof that this guy's dong is way bigger than yours, you can move on and accept your life as a beta male who doesn't even know how to perform a basic google search.
BaRacK jOe-mAmA
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@Hinatro Kuntabi mf says he's at harvard that means nothing. Hey guys im the president. Does that mean im the president now?
Hinatro Kuntabi
Hinatro Kuntabi Dag siden
@iLearnCode exactly. it's really hard to even get into any phd program, let alone finish it and ever end up at Harvard.
iLearnCode Dag siden
@BaRacK jOe-mAmA but hes a phD, and at Harvard, no less!!! Only people with IQs above 150 are allowed to join Harvard!
Xenobia Eve
Xenobia Eve Dag siden
@BaRacK jOe-mAmA You reek of insecurity dear. Check into a proctologist pronto. Otherwise there's going to be a tonka truck full of poop victims. You'll thank me later.
Akshay Pandey
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After seeing this I could remember the robot in the interstellar movie. That was a great robot really. Change my entire visualisation of a robot.
Supersonic Tumbleweed
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Jam Msu
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Just watched it again mars was the name of the robot it reminded me of him too
EnderGamerXP 3 dager siden
tecnicly electricty are difine robot we more toclking about air autaton
Talal Alqarni
Talal Alqarni 3 dager siden
6:09 In inches? Ew. This is a joke.
unconscious 7x
unconscious 7x 3 dager siden
next title: why female robots that bend are better
alexander jimenez
alexander jimenez 3 dager siden
The dry pull lilly mix because tempo orly moan out a makeshift customer. chivalrous, humorous jump
Naved Hasan
Naved Hasan 3 dager siden
*Just built different*
Paul Gary
Paul Gary 3 dager siden
Reminds me of the IROBOT chembot
Hugo 3 dager siden
these bots are built different
spideral187 3 dager siden
That background noise is his beard scratching isn’t it?
Radhey Mishra
Radhey Mishra 3 dager siden
Maaannnnn....... I love this guy
PixelDough 3 dager siden
I suppose you could call them... Bender robots
B T 3 dager siden
Solution looking for a problem
Dick Cheese
Dick Cheese 3 dager siden
how tf would u pressurize the tubes in space without air
mortaché de muerte
mortaché de muerte 3 dager siden
Air is inside the tubes, not outside. Compressed air cans and closed loops
Doesn't Matter
Doesn't Matter 3 dager siden
it useless, and worthless............defeats the purpose of a robot,,,,,,,,you cant mount anything to it.
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