Creepy Video Of Boston Dynamics' Newest Version Of Their SpotMini Quadruped Robot

November 14, 2017


This is a short video released by Boston Dynamics to scare us all with the latest version of their SpotMini quadroped robot. It looks like something I'd expect to see chasing me in an apocalypse survival video game. Except it actually exists, so I guess I can expect to see it chasing me in real life soon, particularly if the government has anything to do with it. And the government ALWAYS has something to do with it, especially when it comes to scary robots, chemtrails, and mind control using the public water supply. "How's that tin-foil helmet, GW?" Itchy, I suspect the government was successful in transmitting some lice through.

Keep going for the whole video.

Thanks to Cimber, who agrees it's only a matter of time until these robotic demodogs are hunting us down in packs.

  • Dimitris

    Are they autonomous or still remote controlled by a human?

  • teenygozer

    My kingdom for an EM pulse!

  • Pat Patrix

    We'll we're fucked.

  • Deplorable Erik Dee

    Eyes and ears for Skynet...

  • Sherrie Ricketts

    Let's never give it anything resembling a weapon, okay?

  • MustacheHam

    They're really refining their work nicely. Ah, I remember when they first brought out the big bulky machines years ago. Ah, it brings tears to your eyes.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Well, at least it won't be sneaking up on anyone any time soon!

  • WhiteEagle2

    So they're making the hunters from Half-Life 2?

  • Draco Basileus

    It they program that thing to make the high pitched squealing sound when it spots something, then I'm moving to Antarctica.

  • I'll see you at the Mountains of Madness.

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    it could be from that game Recore

  • aldenscott

    What's creepy about it, exactly? It's a robot. We're not used to these things by now?

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    It has no head.

  • Draco Basileus

    "It will not stop...ever...until you are dead."

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