Construction Bots: A Humanoid Drywall Hanging Robot

October 3, 2018

This is a video demonstration of Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology's HRP-5P humanoid robot hanging some drywall. The robot, which can operate entirely untethered and weighs 222-pounds, might not be the world's fastest worker, but it also probably doesn't spend its lunch break sitting around with its robot pals cat-calling women either.

Keep going for the whole video while I become the first person to have a robot apocalypse bunker built entirely by robots (obviously I'll be decommissioning them all afterwards).

Thanks to Alan, who agrees if a robot can hang drywall, it can probably also hang a human from a towel hook, I'm just saying.

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