August 10, 2012 11:15 AM | By Matt Farrington-Smith
Rise of the machines

Kuratas: the giant 4m robot



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A Japanese electronics company has unleashed a four-ton, four-metre robot on an unsuspecting world.Production started around two years ago (2010) by robotics researcher Wataru Yoshizaki and artist Kogoro Kurata.

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