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Bloopers by soccer-playing robots? Yes please. We loved watching the challenges faced by these little technological — and might I add, autonomous — wonders. The above footage is from Robocup 2010 (in Singapore) and 2011 (in Istanbul) from BotSportTV

And here’s a “kid-size” Robocup 2012 game between Germany and Japan… (we love the action starting around 5m20s): 

Next, watch LEGO Bionicle Toa Mata Band and Robot – Mysteries of vernacular.

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