Spiders and robots can be scary enough on their own, and this 3D-printed product by 'Robugtix' combines the two into one creepy crawly critter.
The robotic 'T8' arachnid is packed with motors and engines that makes it move just like a real spider. Its eight spidery limbs can be operated manually with a Robugtix controller, or the T8 can have a set of pre-programmed moves. Robotics have come a long way, and this creature has smooth movements that are very life-like.
This is an awesome product for bug-lovers, but arachnophobes will want to keep their distance -- this super-sized critter is deceptively realistic. The 3D-printed critter is priced at $1,350, so you'll want to make sure you don't accidentally step on it.
This 3D-Printed Spider by 'Robugtix' Moves Like a Real Arachnid
1. 3D Printing - The use of 3D printing technology allows for the creation of highly realistic and functional robotic creatures.
2. Robotics - Advancements in robotics enable the development of lifelike and autonomous arachnid robots.
3. Consumer Gadgets - The market for unique and interactive consumer gadgets is expanding, with a demand for lifelike robotic creatures like the 3D-printed spider.
1. Toy Manufacturing - The toy manufacturing industry can explore the production of 3D-printed robotic creatures to capture the interest of tech-savvy consumers.
2. Entertainment - The entertainment industry can incorporate lifelike robotic creatures, such as the 3D-printed spider, into immersive experiences and attractions.
3. Education - The education industry can utilize 3D-printed arachnid robots as teaching tools to engage students in STEM subjects and robotics.