TITAN THE ROBOT (Pictures and Video)



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Titan the robot is the stage name of a costume created by Cyberstein Robots Ltd. in 2004, A plastic costume worn by a man, not a powered exoskeleton, the robot is approximately 2.4 m (7.9 ft) tall and 60 kg (9.4 st) and increases to 350 kg (55 st)[1] including the cart it rides on and onboard equipment. It was designed by Nik Fielding, who runs Cyberstein from Newquay, Cornwall, England. Titan has performed at a variety of public and private events, from the Commonwealth Games and Alton Towers to bar Mitzvahs and shopping centres. Titan has appeared on Channel 4 and the BBC’s Children in Need.
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