By Kyle James  |  07-03-2018   News
Photo credit: Disney Stuntronics | YouTube

If you thought the robot that could run, jump, and do an occasional backflip that was developed by Boston Dynamics was scary, be prepared for the terrifying new robots being developed by Disney. It is an ironic juxtaposition to see the child entertainment giant pioneering acrobatic robotics.

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Disney has taken a giant leap toward the future with the unveiling of a humanoid robot capable of performing stunts just as good, if not better, than an actual trained person. The video unveiling Disney's new robots debuts what has been dubbed the Stuntronics robot performing a series of acrobatics that involve launching itself dozens of feet in the air.

The revealing of Stuntronics follows just one month after Disney revealed its Stickman robot. Both robots are being developed by Disney’s Imagineering Research and Development department. The department was established a decade ago with the initial goal of exploring virtual reality, robotics, and other cutting-edge technology.

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The Stickman robot was the Imagineering Research and Development department's first iteration of a human-sized robot capable of performing extreme stunts such as backflips. The first job for the stunt robot will likely be performing as a mid-show attraction at Disneyland. The possibilities are endless for the future application of the robots; soon they could even replace actual human stunt performers used to shoot difficult and often dangerous scenes for films.

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Anonymous No. 30336 1530663485

Cringy!

Anonymous No. 30340 1530669931

This is boring as shit! This isn't even high-tech by the farthest stretch of the imagination… This is rudimentary at best, and Jim Watkins is a fat fucking faggot with gynecomastia who wears a girdle while he does yoga.

And Diana is a former prostitute who got offered a weekly flat sum from Jim to continue performing sexual acts while she pretends to be a journalist at his half-assed pig farm funded news organization, staffed by illiterate idiots and drug addicts.

Anonymous No. 30343 1530672105

How is developing awesome technology terrifying unless you are a leftist faggot who assigns that trait to anything that confuses you? I for one welcome robots whose obvious purpose is to provide marvel superhero like entertainment without endangering human stunt performers.

Anonymous No. 30349 1530678068

30340 Neptune don't you have a Dunkin Donuts to scam? Now, Go get daddy's belt

Anonymous No. 30350 1530678538

30343 oh so if it was hacked and was flipping thru the air with a butcher knife trying to stab you then you wouldn't be scared? Sounds like something we should put to the test, my money is on the robot

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