Archive for July, 2009

PostHeaderIcon human model robot for the cat-walk

Walking female robot designed to be a model on the cat-walk.

The HRP-4C is a humanoid robot created by the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology and publicly demonstrated in March 2009.  She is 158cm tall and weighs 43kg including battery. She  is capable of voice recognition and speech synthesis.

The walk does not quite match real top models but it’s a work in progress.
Her face is adorable though and she can express a range of feelings.

More info and pictures about HRP-4C is available on the official website of the the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology:

PostHeaderIcon Fighter Female Robot

Fighter female robot – design from Dark Geometry Studios.

female fighter robot

female fighter robot

PostHeaderIcon Evolution of Technology – Saturn Commercial

The evolution of robots from the stone-age onwards

PostHeaderIcon Bicentennial Man Trailer

PostHeaderIcon Cyborg Woman fighting back

Watch out! – Artwork by Dark Geometry Studios


PostHeaderIcon Johnnie Walker Male Android Commercial

Advert for Jonnie Walker.

PostHeaderIcon All is full of love – Bjork the fembot

Superb music & video robotic

PostHeaderIcon Philips robotic marketing

Philips uses android female seduction to market their products.

PostHeaderIcon Heineken – the perfect woman is a robot

Heineken Commercial – for men – robotic female inspired from the 1930’s – she’s been bugging people for months, maybe it’s something to do with the music ?!?

Fancy seeing yourself and friends as a technophobic dancing robot, you can upload your photo here and get – let’s boogy ! (click on Dance Floor).

PostHeaderIcon RobotSkin Philips Commercial

This stunning advert has been directed by Bruno Aveillan and produced at Short Films, London. Director of photography: Philippe Le Sourd.

The creative agency is: DDB, London. Creative director: Stuart Buckley. Creatives: Mark Thompson, Dave Newbold.

The robot was designed by Stephane Levallois and realized in the Spadaccini atelier.

ExVoto and Wizz added the necessary CGI cosmetic improvements. Editor: Fred Olszak.
After Effects and logos are by Rushes.