Yokohama’s Gargantuan Gundam Robot

Popular anime, and manga series Gundam, created by Yoshiyuki Tomino, is a story about giant military grade robots. This series has been in the hearts of many since its debut in 1979 and has appeared in numerous forms of entertainment throughout the years. Gundam has even evolved from the anime/manga to real life smaller models which people buy and build, but what if it could go beyond just a smaller model? Gundam factory Yokohama has taken the reigns on this opposition and delivered what people may have thought impossible.

Gundam Factory Yokohama has partnered with The University of Tokyo and built a staggering 18-meter-tall (60 ft.) robot which weighs up to 25 tons and has 24 degrees of freedom. A video of the humanoid giant was released showcasing it walking, kneeling, and miming hand gestures on September 21, 2020. The robot was expected to be open for display by October 2020, but due to the extent of the worldwide Coronavirus, this has halted the displaying to further notice.

Aside from the disappointing setback from display, the gargantuan has completely shattered the world record for largest robot. The reason for this enormous robot seems to be geared towards an attraction.

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