Crabfu challenge winners announced

The Trossen Robotics Blog has announced the winners of the “Crabfu challenge”. The challenge, issued by [Crabfu] was to make a robot that was full of character. It didn’t have to have a purpose or be autonomous, it just had to be full of character.

The first place winner, pictured above, won us over when he “blinked” a few moments into his video. Strange how something so simple can add so much life.

[via BotJunkie]

Comments

  1. Amos says:

    The blinking is kinda cool, but I think the “Wall-E” was better and the pig was the best. It really looked like he was trying to find someone in a crowd!

    Judging Fail

    On the subject of contests… Any updates on the shirt design contest?

  2. pip says:

    This.. is fail.

  3. nolava says:

    Haha, it’s brilliant! It really looks confused when it blinks and looks around. you really have to contain yourself saying “Uh sirbugrobot, can i help you?” It has character allright.

  4. zigzagjoe says:

    robot piggy is win

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