IT NEARS: Robot Wielding Knife Cuts A Cucumber

November 2, 2012


Seen here looking unsure which one to stick up up your butt and which one to stab you with, CIROS the robot prepares a salad. Later in the video he actually slices the cucumber, which, if you pretend its a peen like I did, is pretty terrifying.

Hit the jump for the video.

Thanks to Matt and Barak, who both mentioned hating robots in their emails and have made their way into my good graces.

  • ZomBBombeR

    Anyone else feel like they just completed a quest in an rpg just listening to the music? And as others have said it would only be classified as scary had the robot been chopping much faster.

  • Richard King

    Bad Robot! Wash that knife when you are done with it!

  • CptnKookles

    Is this supposed to be impressive? Robots have been doing this type of shit for years,

  • Mark Blackburn

    no shank johnny number five

  • From the title, I thought the knife was wielding the robot at first. Also, those cucumber slices are way too thin. I like my cucumber thick. =|

  • MC

    Really, I thought I was the only one. I hate it when the slices are too thin, you don't taste the freshness or the crunch, they are just limp and flimsy. In salads I make sure they are extra thick, so the other vegetables are complimented by the additional taste. We should make salads together sometime; I'll bring the cucumber! = :o }

  • Giggidy.

  • Rhinostic

    Oh, for a second I read Knife Wielding Rob... Oh Shiny Jebus!

  • BillGatesIsYourDaddy

    It cannot even do uniformed cuts. Each slice was a different size...not to mention slow. When it starts picking up and throwing knifes...I will start worrying then.

  • Justin Thai


  • $18922249

    You ain't from 'round deese parts, is yah?

  • $18922249

    Ah yes, the Lorena model... wise choice, sir!

    Also... I feel like if they had wanted to, they could have instructed the robot to cut faster... and it would have been fucking terrifying.


    Waiting for daisy...

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