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"Unleashing the Power of Robotics: From Curiosity Rover to Artistic Marvels" Step into a world where imagination meets reality

Background imageRobot Collection: Robbie the Robot from film Forbidden Planet

Robbie the Robot from film Forbidden Planet
Robbie the Robot. from MGM film " Forbidden Planet", 1956

Background imageRobot Collection: Curiosity rover, artwork

Curiosity rover, artwork
NASAs next Mars rover, the Curiosity Rover, will land at the foot of a layered mountain inside the planets Gale Crater. Launch is palneed for November/ December 2011

Background imageRobot Collection: Amazing Stories scifi magazine cover, The Mad Robot

Amazing Stories scifi magazine cover, The Mad Robot
THE MAD ROBOT by William P McGivern. A brave man fires a ray-gun at an advancing metal robot with large claws and a brain encassed in a glass-domed head Date: 1944

Background imageRobot Collection: Lego humanoid robot known as Elektra

Lego humanoid robot known as Elektra
Humanoid robot. Lego humanoid robot known as Elektra. Elektra, 75cm tall, is controlled by two yellow Mindstorm computer bricks

Background imageRobot Collection: IBM 5110 and Omnibot 2000 robot

IBM 5110 and Omnibot 2000 robot, holding a packet of crisps, on display at the Computer History Museum, USA. The IBM (International Business Machines) 5110 was released in 1975 for $14, 000

Background imageRobot Collection: Amazing Stories scifi magazine cover, Robot and lion

Amazing Stories scifi magazine cover, Robot and lion
Testing a robot for a space mission by having it fight a lion - a scene from J Schlassels To the Moon by proxy Date: 1928

Background imageRobot Collection: Mad Metal Robot

Mad Metal Robot
THE MAD ROBOT by William P McGivern. A brave man fires a ray-gun at an advancing metal robot with large claws and a brain encassed in a glass-domed head Date: 1944

Background imageRobot Collection: A robot to open an exhibition: the new mechanical man

A robot to open an exhibition: the new mechanical man
Photograph and sketches of an aluminium man, the first British robot invented by Captain Richards and Mr. A.H. Refell. The machine could rise, bow and make a speech

Background imageRobot Collection: Automaton at the Schoolboys Own Exhibition, 1929

Automaton at the Schoolboys Own Exhibition, 1929
A physiological robot at the Schoolboys Own Exhibition in London, 1929. Designed to show how organs of the body work, here three young visitors take great interest in its insides. Date: 1929

Background imageRobot Collection: Artificial intelligence, artwork

Artificial intelligence, artwork
Artificial intelligence, conceptual computer artwork

Background imageRobot Collection: Humanoid robot, artwork

Humanoid robot, artwork
Humanoid robot, computer artwork. Computer artwork of a humanoid robot that resembles a human female. The coloured lights represent the electrical energy

Background imageRobot Collection: Trumpet-playing robot at the Toyota Kaikan Visitors Center in Toyota City

Trumpet-playing robot at the Toyota Kaikan Visitors Center in Toyota City, Aichi, Japan, Asia

Background imageRobot Collection: Play / Capek / R. u. R

Play / Capek / R. u. R
Programme for the first English production of the play, also known as R.U.R. and written by Karel Capek, when it was performed at St. Martins Theatre in London

Background imageRobot Collection: Robot Aesop Simak 1947

Robot Aesop Simak 1947
Aesop (Clifford D. Simak) A rather sad-looking robot

Background imageRobot Collection: Heartless Robot

Heartless Robot
MISSING INGREDIENT (Alejandro) The robot is missing a heart

Background imageRobot Collection: K9, the robot dog in the BBC TV series Dr Who, seen here meeting Robert the Spillers dog

K9, the robot dog in the BBC TV series Dr Who, seen here meeting Robert the Spillers dog food dog whos face sells over half a million packets of the companys products a week

Background imageRobot Collection: DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL. The robot, Gort, in a scene from the film

DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL. The robot, Gort, in a scene from the film, The Day the Earth Stood Still, 1952

Background imageRobot Collection: Transparent Man Walking in Desert

Transparent Man Walking in Desert
Australian Views Photographers: Donald Iain Smith

Background imageRobot Collection: Jules, robot head

Jules, robot head. Photograph of the back of Jules, an expressive humanoid robot head. The latex skin has been peeled away to reveal the skull case and inner circuitry

Background imageRobot Collection: Two robots go for a ball at RoboCup-98 in Paris

Two robots go for a ball at RoboCup-98 in Paris
Robot football. Two robots go for the ball at RoboCup-98, the 1998 World Robot Soccer Championships. This international event aims to create a robotic team within 50 years that can beat the winners

Background imageRobot Collection: Robot Albert Einstein

Robot Albert Einstein. Robot featuring the body of a HUBO robot made by the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and a head created by US robot designer David Hanson

Background imageRobot Collection: ai, ar, arms outstretched, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, balance, balancing

ai, ar, arms outstretched, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, balance, balancing
Futuristic woman balancing on binary code floor

Background imageRobot Collection: I Robot, Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover

I Robot, Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover
I, Robot - The robot Adam Link is attacked

Background imageRobot Collection: A lone astronaut looks up at the sun while exploring Mars

A lone astronaut looks up at the sun while exploring Mars. A rover trails behind

Background imageRobot Collection: Self-portrait of Curiosity rover on the surface of Mars

Self-portrait of Curiosity rover on the surface of Mars
This self-portrait of NASAs Mars rover Curiosity combines dozens of exposures taken by the rovers Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) during the 177th Martian day, or sol

Background imageRobot Collection: Robot cat

Robot cat

Background imageRobot Collection: Maskelyne & Cooks automaton, Psycho

Maskelyne & Cooks automaton, Psycho
Maskelyne & Cooks thought-reading, whist playing automaton, Psycho, as demonstrated at the Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly, London

Background imageRobot Collection: Self-portrait of Curiosity rover in Gale Crater on the surface of Mars

Self-portrait of Curiosity rover in Gale Crater on the surface of Mars
On Sol 84 (Oct. 31, 2012), the Curiosity rover used the Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) to capture the set of thumbnail images stitched together to create this full-color self-portrait

Background imageRobot Collection: Schoolgirl with performing robot C016 / 8377

Schoolgirl with performing robot C016 / 8377
Robot and schoolgirl. An 11-year old girl programming a robot to perform. This robot has a basic repertoire of sounds and movement

Background imageRobot Collection: Circuit board man

Circuit board man

Background imageRobot Collection: DNA repair using nanobots

DNA repair using nanobots. Computer artwork depicting the possibility of using robots at an atomic scale (nanobots) to repair damaged DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), the bodys genetic code

Background imageRobot Collection: Retro robot, artwork

Retro robot, artwork
Retro robot, computer artwork

Background imageRobot Collection: Walka Robotowx2

Walka Robotowx2
Rafal Kulik

Background imageRobot Collection: Upadek Zolnierza Do Wodyx1

Upadek Zolnierza Do Wodyx1
Rafal Kulik

Background imageRobot Collection: Oldorbital03xd8 1

Oldorbital03xd8 1
Rafal Kulik

Background imageRobot Collection: Moontripx4x1

Moontripx4x1
Rafal Kulik

Background imageRobot Collection: Mech1 R1

Mech1 R1
Rafal Kulik

Background imageRobot Collection: Sitting Robot 5

Sitting Robot 5
Bilge Paksoylu

Background imageRobot Collection: Sitting Robot 3

Sitting Robot 3
Bilge Paksoylu

Background imageRobot Collection: Sitting Robot 2

Sitting Robot 2
Bilge Paksoylu

Background imageRobot Collection: You've proven you're a human. Continue your action

You've proven you're a human. Continue your action
The Art Concept

Background imageRobot Collection: Prove you are a human and not a robot

Prove you are a human and not a robot
The Art Concept

Background imageRobot Collection: Monet Wars

Monet Wars
Dikhotomy

Background imageRobot Collection: Sitting Robot 5

Sitting Robot 5
Bilge Paksoylu

Background imageRobot Collection: Sitting Robot 3

Sitting Robot 3
Bilge Paksoylu

Background imageRobot Collection: Sitting Robot 2

Sitting Robot 2
Bilge Paksoylu

Background imageRobot Collection: You've proven you're a human. Continue your action

You've proven you're a human. Continue your action
The Art Concept

Background imageRobot Collection: Prove you are a human and not a robot

Prove you are a human and not a robot
The Art Concept



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"Unleashing the Power of Robotics: From Curiosity Rover to Artistic Marvels" Step into a world where imagination meets reality, as we explore the captivating realm of robots. 🤖✨ From the depths of space exploration to the realms of artistic expression, robots have become an integral part of our lives. Just like the iconic Curiosity rover that roams Mars' surface, they ignite our curiosity and push boundaries. Incredible artwork brings these mechanical marvels to life in ways unimaginable. Take a glimpse at the Amazing Stories sci-fi magazine cover featuring a futuristic robot or The Mad Robot with its enigmatic allure – both capturing our fascination for what lies beyond. But it doesn't stop there. Enter Elektra, a Lego humanoid robot showcasing how innovation can be built block by block. And who could forget Robbie from Forbidden Planet? This classic film introduced us to a friendly yet powerful robot that left an indelible mark on cinema history. The mesmerizing blend of technology and art continues with another Amazing Stories cover depicting a harmonious duo – Robot and lion – reminding us that even in artificial creations, beauty can thrive. Prepare yourself for some metal madness as we encounter the Mad Metal Robot - an embodiment of strength and resilience. Its presence reminds us that they are not just figments of science fiction but tangible entities shaping our future. Speaking of which, let's journey back in time when IBM 5110 and Omnibot 2000 ruled supreme; their cutting-edge capabilities paving the way for today's advancements. Witnessing these early pioneers is akin to witnessing history unfold before your eyes. Fast forward to modern times, where even opening exhibitions has been entrusted to mechanical beings like "the new mechanical man. " Their precision and efficiency leave no doubt about their indispensable role in various industries. Remember R. U. R. , Karel Čapek's groundbreaking play that coined the term "robot".