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Super robot able to leap buildings in a single bound!

Rick DeMeis
4/2/2012 03:57 AM EDT

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WKetel
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WKetel   4/6/2012 9:50:11 PM
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That is quite an interesting robot device. It would certainly have quite a few military applications. A jumping observer could be quite useful, and an armed jumper could take care of rooftop snipers.

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agk   4/4/2012 11:35:05 AM
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Good video.A simple toy with 4 wheels jumping the buildings from down to up and up to down with precise landing makes me so exciting. The jumping power is provided by the stored gas.

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M. Vayrynen   4/4/2012 7:16:39 AM
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Very cool robot :)

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