$50,000 humanoid robot built from scratch in Hong Kong

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Like innumerable children with imaginations fired by animated films, Hong Kong product and graphic designer Ricky Ma grew up watching cartoons featuring the adventures of robots, and dreamed of building his own one day.

Unlike most, however, Ma has realised his childhood dream at the age of 42, by successfully constructing a life-sized robot from scratch on the balcony of his home.

The fruit of his labours of a year-and-a-half, and a budget of more than $50,000, is a female robot prototype he calls the Mark 1, modelled after a Hollywood star whose name he wants to keep under wraps. It responds to a set of programmed verbal commands spoken into a microphone.

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12 Comments

  1. its not cost that much. download 3d file. print it on home printer.well sure it man hours do work and desing, nut look hpow grab it is. who buy. so its wortless. he did not 50000 to build it. he used his free time that he could use watch neyflix build it. so its free man hours

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