Kid Invents Mosquito Killing Robot. A 12 year-old kid invents a mosquito killing robot Pictured here is the inventor, David Cohen. Member reactions:
I want one of these during summer. I hope it's remote-controlled too
No one should be without one . Very cite chop, Doc and congrats on the silver. Cool radio.. Old time Philips or something.
Thanks, everyone. Might be a Phillips, Tim.
It looks a lot like the one we used to listen to over at grandpas and grandmas. Hahahaha that goes almost as far back to a time when they cut hair as well as pulled teeth. These younglings don't know much about those days Heheheh. Yes sir, a shave, a trim, a whisky and down to business
50 is the magic number when it all goes to he11 Member reactions:
This is cool. Would be even cooler if the body suit was as high res as the rest of it.
ha ha ha Creep.. Nose could be implanted like this Flying fish and Eyed glasses...whola full of extreme ideas
Creative work, but the low resolution blurry costume part really takes away from it. I see you tried some filters and did some brush work to make it better, but there's only so much you can do with the low res sources. The costume looks painted now, while the rest of the composition is made with photo sources
Anyway a great chop for the idea and the execution.
Congrats on the win, Hits. If I am not mistaken this is the second time you used this suit source, and my best guess is that it originally (before you touched it with filters and brushes) was either a photo of some toy statuette or it's a still shot from a 3-D game.
We simply do the best we can with the source. I searched hi and low for a larger version of this cool toy but found zilch. Not being one that invests a couple of hours looking for the right dressing I said to meself, "Paint over it and use it anyway, they're a sharp enough lot to see the challenge." turns out I was right. You guy appreciated the effort so all is well that ends well. I was just a little overly ambitious given the deadline for entry. With a few more hours I could have hammered out all the dents but like so often... just ran out of time. Anyway, thanks for the high votes, it was above an beyond what I expected ... OOO NM, Doc, Luciano, eric, Ilovelayers, balodiya and 420
I made a hard copy print. I got some paint and put it on the little feet of a roach and let him walk on the face. Topaz clean is another way to get the effect hehe Thank you Elegary and 420
This Sunday dozens of robots at an indoor field in Tokyo are playing soccer to a great amusement of Tokyo residents. Other robots are standing nearby, dancing and cheering the player robots.
Photoshop any kind of robots (except cyborgs) in any sports. While any robots are allowed (including the famous ones from movies, etc.) we do not allow cyborgs in this contest, so please do not photoshop people into robots.
Photoshop old robot image any way you wish. Examples may include upgrading this robot, finding him a job, showing him doing things humans do, or even including this old robot into famous paintings. These are just some ideas.
You have 3 days to submit your entry. Submitting it early will give you plenty of time to read the critique comments and edit your image accordingly.
Thanks to Stock Exchange for providing the source image.
Japanese scientists have created a new generation robot which reacts with complex human emotions to almost every word it hears. The robot is called Kansei, and has 19 movable parts to show facial expressions and its database contains over 500,000 keywords constantly updated online.
Kansei smiles when he hears "Tokyo," and smiles at "Paris" unlesss followed by "Hilton" - then it shudders.
In this contest you are asked to add robots or robotic machines to art work, or make a complete replacement of any character in paintings with a robot. Feel free to build new robots or use existing ones, however, you are Not allowed to turn figures in paintings or sculptures into cyborgs.
Scientists are trying to make new robots
more human. Such robots will exhibit adaptive learning behavior
and will learn things not pre-programmed into them. They will also
recognise humans as humans, instead of just "any other objects".
If humanization will include functions like "cutting a fart" and
"scratching a butt", I am all for making robots as human as possible.
And I like the idea that robots will "recognize humans as humans,
instead of just 'any other objects'".
This way you can tell a robot to shoot turkeys for Thanksgiving,
without worrying about human casualties. I am sorry, did I say "robot"?
I meant Dick Cheney.
In this contest you are asked to photoshop celebrities and politicians