Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Japanese Hand Robot Wins at Janken 100%

Japanese Hand Robot Wins at Janken 100%

Via Ishikawa Oku Laboratory - University of Tokyo June 27, 2012

Did you ever want to play Janken (rock, paper, scissors) by yourself and lose everytime in order to deflate you ego, crush your self esteem and achieve today's highly sought after Forever Alone loser status? Well, the folks at the Ishikawa Oku Laboratory - University of Tokyo have just released the right robot for you! This is the Janken (rock-paper-scissors) Robot with 100% winning rate. This high tech fapping machine hand robot just has to be seen to be believed. Check it out:



This video is also a preview to the upcoming science fiction movie "Rock, Paper, Scissors":

Paper, Rock Scissors The Movie

Does the robot hand in the video bear a striking resemblance to the flying hands in the movie poster? Eerie. Actually, this robot has been developed for this reason:
In this research we develop a janken (rock-paper-scissors) robot with 100% winning rate as one example of human-machine cooperation systems. Human being plays one of rock, paper and scissors at the timing of one, two, three. According to the timing, the robot hand plays one of three kinds so as to beat the human being.
Mmmmkkkaaaayyy! O.O

See also:

Japan's Remote Controlled Cockroaches

Japan's Adult Toys Robot Nation

WTF Japanese Clapping (Fapping?) Robots

10 comments:

  1. This is another reason why the Japanese are superior to all other humans.

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  2. Dear Japan, What the loving fuck? Signed, The Rest of The World

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  3. What would happen if you had two of them playing against each other ?

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  4. Forever Alone Guy (F.A.G.)2:49 PM, June 27, 2012

    A strange disturbance in the force was felt by millions of Forever Alones.

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  5. Get used to it... Automation is going to steamroll the job market in our lifetimes. Biggest issue for the future & it's not even on any government's radar.

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  6. Next it'll be singing "Daisy."

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  8. This is another reason why the Japanese are superior to all the other nations especially in the field of technologies and innovations.They certainly deserve our admiration.

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  9. We humans have just lost the first battle with the Japanese robots. :/

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