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Giant Walking Robots Piloted by People Are Finally Here


If you've ever watched the hit Japanese anime show Gundam Wing, you may have fantasized about owning and piloting your own giant, humanoid robot. Well now the chance may finally be yours. Engineers in Osaka, led by lead designer Hajime Sakamoto, have finally finished a massive operational humanoid robot with a built-in cockpit into which the driver of the robot can climb and direct the movements of the metal behemoth after 6 years of construction.

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