domingo, 15 de noviembre de 2015

Human factor

Japanese engineers have developed a robot, fitted with a deadly katana sword, capable of mimicking the moves of a samurai sword master and then beating its master in a fight. The samurai machine carries out hard-angled cuts with speed and accuracy without breaking any sweat.
Watch the video below to witness the very first “Senbongiri battle between the pinnacle of robotics and the peak of humanity” in which MOTOMAN-MH24, an industrial robot, beat the renowned Japanese swordsman Isao Machii, an Iaido master and expert sword wielder capable of slicing a fried shrimp traveling directly at him at a rate of roughly 80 miles per hour.

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