In this video, we showcase incredibly advanced robots with certain technologies that will both amaze you, but will also serve as beneficial abilities to help mankind in the future.

0:00 Gundom, World’s Largest Robot!
0:41 Atlas by Boston Dynamics
01:55 Handle by Boston Dynamics
02:08 Atlas shows his Parkour Skills
02:24 Handle shows off his extreme agility
02:56 Meet Sophia along with 2 special celebrity guests!
05:43 Meet Mesmer by Engineered Arts
08:12 3 Insane Ways to Fly/outro
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*Gundam: The massive humanoid resembles a robot from “Mobile Suit Gundam,” a popular TV series from the late 1970s, and can be seen walking, kneeling.
The robot, which has been in the works since 2014, stands nearly 60 feet high and weighs 24 tons, with more than 200 pieces made from a mixture of steel and carbon fiber-reinforced plastic, according to the company that created it.
It was due to feature at the Gundam Factory Yokohama, a new attraction that will allow fans to get up close and personal with the creation and learn about how it was created.
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*Atlas: The world’s most dynamic humanoid robot, Atlas is a research platform designed to push the limits of whole-body mobility. Atlas’s advanced control system and state-of-the-art hardware give the robot the power and balance to demonstrate human-level agility
Atlas has one of the world’s most compact mobile hydraulic systems. Custom motors, valves, and a compact hydraulic power unit enable Atlas to deliver high power to any of its 28 hydraulic joints for impressive feats of mobility
Atlas uses 3D printed parts to give it the strength-to-weight ratio necessary for leaps and somersaults.

*Handle: The mobile robot for moving boxes in the warehouse. Handle’s small footprint, long reach, and vision system enable it to unload trucks, build pallets, and move boxes throughout your facility.
Handle does multiple jobs with one robot. It’s designed to reach boxes high and low with the ability to fold into a compact form to move throughout your facility, or to another warehouse altogether.
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*Sophia: is a social humanoid robot developed by Hong Kong-based company Hanson Robotics.[1] Sophia was first turned on February 14, 2016,[2] and made her first public appearance at South by Southwest Festival (SXSW) in mid-March 2016 in Austin, Texas, United States.[3]Sophia has been covered by media around the globe and has participated in many high-profile interviews. In October 2017, Sophia “became” a Saudi Arabian citizen, the first robot to receive citizenship of any country.[4][5] In November 2017, Sophia was named the United Nations Development Programme’s first ever Innovation Champion, and is the first non-human to be given any United Nation title.Sophia was first turned on on February 14, 2016.[7][8] The robot, modeled after the ancient Egyptian Queen Nefertiti,[9] Audrey Hepburn, and her inventor’s wife,[1][10] is known for human-like appearance and behavior compared to previous robotic variants. As of 2018, Sophia’s architecture includes scripting software, a chat system, and OpenCog, an AI system designed for general reasoning.[11] Sophia imitates human gestures and facial expressions and is able to answer certain questions and to make simple conversations on predefined topics (e.g. on the weather).

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*Mesmer: Mesmer is a system for building lifelike humanoid robots – all the parts that are needed to breathe life into a character. Hardware – Motors, Electronics and Connectors, Sensors – Cameras, Depth Sensors, LIDAR, Microphones, Firmware – Motor control for speed, position and torque, Software – For control of Animation, interaction, audio and lighting
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  1. Hi Stream & Tech Now, amazing how much scientist can do with robots these days. They only problem I have with advanced technology its putting lots of individuals out of work. Man needs to come up with a better way for man and robots can truly work together. Continue to be safe and keep up the good work.

  2. I saw video of the giant Gundam robot before. I hate being negative, but the advancement in robotics and A.I. along with Elon Musk's version of what is essentially Skynet, sincerely makes me just the slightest bit nervous that we may be headed down a road of self fulfilling prophecy. Great video though.

  3. Fascinating!!! Also unnerving, revolting and captivating — all at the same time, not to forget VERY scary. The humanoid robots have been a-comig for quite a few years now, with Japan leading the way in their manufacture and varied use. They have them helping the elderyl wíth housework and chores, working in schools and, of course providing companionshíp. I too have been following-up
    on the progress made. And it's giant. Only 10 years ago or so, they looked pretty unnatural and were slow. Now when I watched your excellent video, I got the shivers down my spine. I am not too sure if I would want one in my personal life. But I think we'll definitely see them around in the service sphere,


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