I don’t remember this 45-minute attempt at adapting Isaac Asimov’s Robot Series for television, but I kinda want to see it. From these short clips of Robots you can tell the production was hampered by a meager budget (not to mention some questionable acting), but it still looks better than Alex Proyas’ I, Robot with Will Smith.
She’s one sexy little bitch. The worldâ€™s first fully-electric vehicle development platform, Trexa can be tailored to virtually any application to custom create your very own electric car of the future.
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How ’bout adding a little sciencey twist to help organize your favorite video game characters? Yeah, kinda cool. Thanks IHC for this nerdtastic take on the periodic table. Click here or on the image to see the full table.