Sci-Fi movies and books have led our imaginations go wild. Many people take these imagination and decide to bring them to reality. Robots is probably the most famous icon of Sci-Fi movies but not regular robots, rather the ones that can fight! Future robots will be the next biggest invention of modern history.
The technology behind the artificial intelligence used in this fabulous machine has been being developed over the past 12 years in relative secret between weapons manufacturer Dalton/Stanley and mega corporation Omni Consumer Products.
What Will Future Robots Look Like?
Next generation armor and weapons, very possibly on the streets in the real world very soon. In fact, similar all-terrain robots are being developed for military uses, setting in motion what might be the largest change in the way wars are fought in the history of the world.
NOTE: this is a concept right now, but we (humans) have been talking about the day when robots walk around on their own since robots were first conceived. Someday it’s gonna happen. And the CRAB shall command them!
The C.R.A.B (Cybernetic Autonomous Remote Barricade) Droid, is a revolutionary robotic sentry system designed by Jamie Martin.
“Robot design, modelling and animation by Jamie Martin. Modeled and animated in Maxon Cinema 4D. Edited in Final Cut Pro.”
“Policing has been revolutionized with the introduction of the C.R.A.B. robotic sentry system, due to soon be trialled live on the streets of London, England.
The advanced robotics technology behind the C.R.A.B.’s artificial intelligence have been secretly developed over the past 12 years as a joint venture between weapons manufacturer Dalton/Stanley and mega-corporation Omni Consumer Products.
The results of their historical collaboration has been to produce the most advanced robotic defense system ever constructed, featuring next-generation weaponry and armor protection. The C.R.A.B. is set to pave the way for all future Police and Military automaton technology from here onwards, and will be found on patrol in the public domain very soon. ”