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News Mash: The Next Cube? Definitely preferable over the Kojiro this Christmas!

Anguished Repose

Technology…

More human-like than EVER!

Is it odd that the thing that freaks me out the most about THIS (below)…

Is that it’s wearing tennis shoes?

Hmm.

Just not sure why that’s necessary.

(Phys.org)—Researchers at the University of Tokyo have taken another step towards creating a robot with a faithfully recreated human skeleton and muscle structure. Called Kenshiro, the robot has been demonstrated at the recent Humanoids 2012 conference in Osaka, Japan. Kenshiro is the next step for the researchers. Their previous effort resulted in a robot they called Kojiro – a robot that demonstrated the huge strides that have come in mimicking the human body, as well as the very long road yet to travel. In this new iteration, Kenshiro was preceded by a robot concept the team called Kenzoh. In that effort the team found that simply adding artificial muscle and bones generally tended to create weight…

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‘Rise of the Guardians:’ What the Critics Are Saying

iNews Hollywood


CGI:

THR’s Todd McCarthy described the film as “an attractively designed but overly busy and derivative mishmash of kid-friendly elements.”

features a ragtag team of children’s stories staples including Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, the Sandman and Jack Frost, all of whom go on an adventure to keep children safe.

The DreamWorks Animation film features voice work from Alec Baldwin, Hugh Jackman, Isla Fisher and Chris Pine, and is expected to rake in $31 million or $32 million for its five-day Thanksgiving holiday opening, which would be a lower debut than recent films from the studio.

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From first-time director Peter Ramsey, the film is based on the book series by William Joyce, as well as his short film

holds a 73 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, and below are what some…

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