Yamaha’s singing robot quietly trolls, slyly frightens at CEATEC (video)

October 8, 2009 at 11:49 am | Posted in Marketing & Ads | Leave a comment

As with most robots that sing, Yamaha’s demonstration at CEATEC was nothing short of terrifying. Oh sure, it’s sort of impressive that the modified HRP-4C could take requests from a pre-selected list of jams on an iPhone, but after witnessing actual artists perform at Club Quattro in Shibuya, we’d say this chick has aways to go before she’s accepted into the blossoming Japan music circuit. Judge for yourself after the break, Simon.

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