Japanese Kuratas Robot weighs 4.5 Tons and has a really Big Gun
The designers of Kuratas call it a work of art, but this robot is straight out of a sci-fi movie where robots fight against humans. Kuratas can be controlled from within the robot or via smartphone. The robot's gun can shoot 100 rounds per second.
The power of moving the robot comes from a dieselengine. The Suidobashi Heavy Industry is actually selling this "piece of art" for a cool 100 million Yen (~$1,3m. Watch the cool Kuratas demo video below.
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