X

This website uses cookies.

This website uses cookies to improve user experience. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy.

I agree
Learn More
Great Geek Gifts in the Technabob Shop!Get Technabob Daily: Join our Mailing List! | Follow Us: Facebook | Twitter
Awesomer Media Sites: THE AWESOMER | MIGHTYMEGA | 95OCTANE
subscribe to our rss feedsubscribe via e-mailfollow technabob on twittertechnabob facebook fan pageGoogle+follow us in feedly
Follow Us:
Cool Gadgets, Gizmos, Games and Geek Stuff on Technabob

Bear Robot Designed to Save Lives, Looks Like It Will Kill Us All

by Paul Strauss
Advertisement

Vecna Robotics BEAR (Battlefield Extraction-Assist Robot) was created to help with everything from search and rescue missions to hazmat handling. But despite it’s good intentions and unassuming looks in the photo below, this robot scares the crap out of me.

vecna_bear_robot

What gives me the creeps? This video…

In the clip, we get to see BEAR pumping iron, breaking down doors, smashing things, and carrying humans around like they were ragdolls. Lifesaving, my ass. This little guy could really be trouble if it fell into the hands of the wrong evil genius.

All we need now is for Cyberdyne Systems to merge with Vecna, and we’ll all be robot food.

[via College Humor]




Comments are closed for posts older than 90 days.

Comments (1):

  1. halfbeast says:

    reminds me of wes craven’s deadly friend. let’s hope, the scientist won’t use the computer chip to re-animate his dead girlfriend…

More from Awesomer Media...

theawesomer logo
The Power of Screenings Deal: Orso MochiBag Kong: Skull Island (Trailer) Kamikaze Dive Gunsai Attack 95octane logo
DeLorean Hot Tub Time Machine: Relax to the Future Morgan EV3 Selfridges Edition First Drive Review: 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Porsche 718 Cayman Doesn’t Bring the Noise Like It Should mightymega logo
SDCC Trailer for The LEGO Batman Movie Reveals Robin Official Star Trek 50th Anniversary Beer Justice League Footage Unveiled at SDCC The Evolution of Star Trek
Advertisement