The problem with Keepon and Tofu is that they apparently are not available to the buying public.
This does look awesome but the edits make me suspicious. I want to see it dance for a couple minutes.
Yeah, leave Keepon alone!
+1, pork musket. +1.
Keepon could kick Tofu’s ass.
Dramatic Tofu! @ 0.06
There is no denying, however, that that is a serious groove.
i LOVE the dancing robots. MOAR!
DUDE, NO. Keepon and CMU will wipe the floor with MIT’s awful hacked up hairball of a robot any day.
“OhhHhHhh Look at me!!! I can roll my eyes like a sarcastic kindergartner and gyrate asynchronously to a dozen bars of Superstitious.”
This is a neat robot on its own, but this video shows none of the advanced capabilities Keepon has. Keepon has beat recognition from a microphone in its nose, and cameras in its eyes for face recognition and response. Come on.
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