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By Evan Ackerman
Last week on BotJunkie, we started off the week with a prototype LANdroid mobile WiFi bot from iRobot, watched a nanobot get pushed around by 3000 bacteria, met a hybrid vehicle/animal/insect robot called Halluc II, checked out more long exposure Roomba art, snuggled up to Snozzy the robot sloth, found out more details on the Ember LANdroids from iRobot, pondered where R2-D2 is hidden in the new Star Trek movie, rolled out with the Rotundus GroundBot surveillance system, watched an awesome break dancing robot, got nervous about researchers teaching robots to be sneaky, got slightly less nervous about researchers trying to teach military robots to be ethical, enjoyed a comic about why Atomic Robo hates Dr. Dinosaur, shed a tear over Broken Circuits (a robot love story), and finished the week with some video of Roomba sumo battles.
So far this week, we’ve already posted about a robot that crawls around and cleans your floor as well as a robot vending machine.
Last week’s bot with stuff, after the jump.
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