Inspiration comes from fossils of eight legs shape shifting robot

  Recently held in Germany on an Electronic Arts Festival from Japan the Chiba robot a robot technology development center were concerned. Its biggest feature is the 8 legs, it is reported that the inspiration for the design came from Canada and China found some fossils of ancient insects. Therefore, the robot was named “weird worms”. Vans iPhone case

Inspiration comes from fossils of eight legs shape shifting robot

  The robot itself does not have too many special features, but if someone tells you it’s appearance was based on scientists ‘ future car design, what would you think of that? Given is the Japan design, so small can not help but want to ask a question in Japanese: Nani?

Inspiration comes from fossils of eight legs shape shifting robot

  However, this design was not unreasonable. Because the robots have all the characteristics of future automotive needs: include a solar-powered, high level of safety performance in poor road conditions, and the ability to keep it running smoothly, point is, because of its unique design and “turned” function so that it can save a lot of space in the Park.

  It is well known that Japan as one of the most densely populated areas in the world, already facing embarrassment of overcrowding. Therefore, may face in the future of urban living space is shrinking and increasingly crowded urban environment consideration. Reduce the volume of cars in the parking space cost savings. iPhone Vans

Inspiration comes from fossils of eight legs shape shifting robot

  It said: the cars of this design may use the ultra system, can install 56 Motors at a maximum. And through the lifter, rotating wheel operation at different road conditions for driving on pavement to ensure smoothness.

  Although this design looks very strange, but small thinks, for the customary Island heavy habits of Internet users, already ahead.

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