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Comments on WD-2 Face Morphing Robot Could Be Anyone
Eerie face dancer robot has way too many degrees of freedom. (Read the complete story)

"Here's a somewhat better view of WD-2.

(WD-2 robot face close-up)

There were android robots in the original Star Trek series that could take on anyone's face, but it was done in a molding process, and the robot looked like that person from then on."
(Bill Christensen 9/17/2007 7:25:18 PM)

"The Terminator 2 movie featured a liquid metal robot that could change shape (and also face), but was not limited to persons, it could imitate anything."
(Hena 9/18/2007 12:04:23 AM)
"Hena - thanks, I should have remembered that one. Here's a picture of the liquid metal terminator morphing to look like the security guard.

(Terminator 2 liquid metal robot)
"
(Bill Christensen 9/18/2007 4:55:31 AM)
"Thats cinda scary cuz a face morphing robot can change and look like me and take over the world and say I did it. :}"
(Bubblezzz 4/15/2008 4:37:04 PM)
"MYSTERIOUUUUUUUUSSSSSSSSSS"
(Dondunitall 4/15/2008 4:40:04 PM)
"This combined with the blob bot http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2009-10/cronenbergian-blob-bot-ready-roll-or-rather-ooze could be one very cool and scary robot"
( 2/17/2010 6:15:21 PM)

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