September 7, 2011

Japan Mascots Meet and Greet

Japan loves their robots and the latest trend there seems to be making them into mascots for local companies like ATR/Vstone's Daichan, a 3'7" bot dressed for dancing and Eager's 5'4" Hansan, made mostly of recycled cardboard. Both are a part of Robot Laboratory, a network designed to encourage the PR practice.

Via Robot Laboratory (translated)

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at September 7, 2011 11:52 AM
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