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Japanese Engineers Created a Huge Robot for Laying Railway Tracks and Performing Dangerous Work


The Japanese railway company officially announced the development of a very impressive robot, which can be partially considered humanoid. It has a head and hands, thanks to which the latest development will allow you to lay paths and perform heavy or dangerous work without risk to humans.

h/t: WSM


The huge robot, which could well be filmed in Transformers, will be controlled by an operator in the cab of a cargo vehicle – it is located on a special mobile railway platform. The operator controls the giant’s body using a VR helmet and corresponding manipulators (the left and right hands of a person correspond to the left and right “hands” of the robot).


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