Japanese researchers have created a mind-controllable Gundam robot, turning one of the anime’s most exciting technological concepts into reality.
The model, based on the mobile suit Zaku, has been available through Bandai’s Zeonic Technics package since last year, but that version requires manual programming on a smartphone app.
A life-sized Gundam in Japan has performed new movements on video last week.
Modeled after the RX-78F00, the robot will be the star of Gundam Factory Yokohama, an amusement park slated to open at Yamashita Pier later this year.
A life-sized model of the Freedom Gundam from the anime series “Mobile Suit Gundam SEED” is set to be unveiled in Shanghai sometime next year.
A Japanese artist recently showcased the fashionable anime-inspired face masks that he wears outside amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Twitter user @gekidan2264, who is a model builder and armor maker, shared his work on his social media account where he donned several “Mobile Suit Gundam”-inspired face masks, according to social media website 9gag.
What a great time to be alive, is probably what a “Gundam” and sneakerhead would say after hearing that the official mobile suit collaboration sneakers with Chinese company 361 Degrees are now available for purchase, Kotaku reported.
The new line of sneakers, which were launched in the Chinese company’s official Taobao store, is inspired by the two popular models of the mobile suit franchise: the RX-78-2 Gundam and the MS-065 Zaku II.
The upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympic Games just got more epic as organizers of the events announced that they are planning to launch robots from the hit anime series “Mobile Suit Gundam” into space.
The project, which is being conducted in collaboration with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and the University of Tokyo, will launch a microsatellite, called “G Satellite” with a measurement of 30 centimeters (11 inches) long, 10 centimeters (3.9 inches) wide, into orbit along with the 10 centimeters models of the Gundam and Char’s Zaku robots from the series, according to Japan Times.
Being an otaku can get quite expensive, with hundreds and thousands of dollars going to limited edition collectibles.
So when a Japanese man found his collection of exclusive action figures destroyed by his cousin’s child, his heart was just as broken, and his story is now going viral again.
A new live-action film based on the beloved Japanese mecha anime “Gundam” is reportedly in the works.
Japan’s Sunrise Inc., which owns the popular franchise, is teaming up with Legendary Pictures to produce the movie, Deadline reports.
A girl was shocked when a man he met online told her that he would send a picture of “his gundam” but what she didn’t know is that she’s in for an even bigger surprise. Some people use creative metaphors in describing their physical traits, and the giant mech known as “Gundam” is the perfect example to show others the stature of the package they’re bearing.
random instagram dude: im gonna dm u a pick of my gundam me: pic.twitter.com/nGKou3GtWF
Only Newtypes saw this one coming — a research team from the University of Tokyo has engineered a new way for spacecraft to re-enter the Earth’s atmosphere.