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Turn your kid into a real-life Mecha with this Japanese robot walker | WIRED UK

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01 May 2013



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A Japanese company has produced a robotic mecha suit for kids, and yes, it is exactly as awesome as it sounds.

The Kid’s Walker Cyclops is bright green, and has a cockpit where one lucky guy or gal can sit inside and drive the robot. One arm has a claw (for smiting enemies), the other has a drill (also for smiting enemies, and possibly for mineral extraction).

Read more: WIRED UK

 




Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large
Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large





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