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Z-MACHINES Robot Band: Rage with the Machines

by Conner Flynn

This is what 80’s rockers would have looked like if they were robots. This robotic band goes by the name Z-MACHINES. It sounds like a human band if you close your eyes, but if they are open you know that they are robots, ready to kill us after the show.
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The bot called March bangs multi-colored cables in time to the music. Behind him, the drummer Ashura has 22 arms and is playing four times faster than a human. Cosmo is the keyboardist with green lasers hitting each key. The guitarist has 78 fingers, and can shred way faster than you can:

This robo-band was created by engineers at the University of Tokyo and uses around 300 kilowatts of electricity. They are a big hit in Japan since they made their stage debut at a “Future Party” in Tokyo last year.

It’s all fun and games until no one returns from their concerts.

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[via CNN and The Awesomer]




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