Robot Ruckus

We here at Armed with Science (okay, me) are big fans of robots.  From science fiction to science reality, the synthesized sensation that is AI is as exciting in real life as it is on TV and movies.

We’re at a time right now when robotics are taking (human) shape, slowly growing into the artificial life forms which will, I predict, become a prominent part of our future.

But, for as grandiose and essential as robotics are, it’s nice to see that we can still utilize them for some YouTube levity.  The Naval Research Lab has been having some fun with Lucas and Octavia (I’ve written about them before) in a series of new videos where they’re allowed to play with their anthropomorphic robots and I’m not and it’s not fair but whatever NRL I didn’t want to anyways.  *pouts*

Ahem.  I mean, check this out:


Video and information provided by the Naval Research Lab YouTube Page

Jessica L. Tozer is the editor and blogger for Armed with Science.  She is an Army veteran and an avid science fiction fan, both of which contribute to her enthusiasm for science and technology in the military.

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