House Robots

Some articles on robot, robots, house robots:

Robot Wars (TV series) - Format - UK Robot Wars
... Robot Wars differed radically from the earlier U.S ... In each heat, a group of six robots would compete through a series of three challenges The first challenge ‘The Gauntlet’ -- an obstacle filled maze defended by house robots ... Competitor robots pushed as far down the course as possible in the time allowed ...
Robot Wars: Arenas Of Destruction - Gameplay
... starts this game, they start with 2000 credits and a robot called "My first bot" ... The player can sell this robot and get an extra 1350 credits to spend on a new one ... The player fights robots in championships (ExampleFlipping Frenzy) in order to gain money ...
Robot Wars (TV series) - House Robots - Specials
... All but the first and fifth series of UK Robot Wars had at least one 'special' episode outside of the main competition ...
Robot Wars (TV series) - Format - Arena and Hazards
... The arena and mechanical hazards for the early non-televised Robot Wars in the U.S ... included a wide ram that could push a robot away from the side railing, nets on hinged arms that could descend to entangle robots that ventured too close, large ... The arena was completely re-done for the televised UK Robot Wars ...

Famous quotes containing the words robots and/or house:

    The danger of the past was that men became slaves. The danger of the future is that men may become robots. True enough, robots do not rebel. But given man’s nature, robots cannot live and remain sane, they become “Golems,” they will destroy their world and themselves because they cannot stand any longer the boredom of a meaningless life.
    Erich Fromm (1900–1980)

    You see how this House of Commons has begun to verify all the ill prophecies that were made of it—low, vulgar, meddling with everything, assuming universal competency, and flattering every base passion—and sneering at everything noble refined and truly national. The direct tyranny will come on by and by, after it shall have gratified the multitude with the spoil and ruin of the old institutions of the land.
    Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772–1834)