It seems that world+dog has either sent something into the upper atmosphere suspended under a meteorological balloon, or is poised to go airborne with some form of stratospheric mission, so it's nice to hear of a project which has a little something extra. Back in 2010, James Trosh was studying for a Television Production degree …
Plastic Animated Robot In Space
A damn fine effort
Well done that man. Have a beer.
It was a big hit for the robot...
right at the very end.
Re: It was a big hit for the robot...
I'm wondering if there exists a space-to-Earth descent video of an inflatable whale, possibly with Jean Michelle Jarre's "Oxygene" or the BBC Radiophonic Workshop's "Whale Theme" dubbed onto it?
(Thumb icon for obvious hitch-hiking connotations)
To Bold Plastic Robot
where no-one has gone before.
Hmmm, just doesn't have the same effect somehow...
Re: To Bold Plastic Robot
No, but (with a faux Japanese accent)
"To Ro-bbie go, where no-one has gone befoe!"
Hehe - very good
Great laugh video and I even liked the sounds as well ffs!
LOHAN burroo take note ?
The video was great fun, but it may be the Special Projects Burroo can learn something from this. The Lucky Elephant team seem to have got a very stable relationship between the Intrepid Robot and the camera. As the last musings on LOHAN design that I saw contemplated some sort of beam arrangement, there might be something to learn here.
Power to the Burroo !
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