Sony Developing a PS3 Robot?

Think R.O.B. of the future! Sony Computer Entertainment patented a robot that works with a console like the PS3. The robot is designed with a camera (item 14) to detect its surroundings and a display (18) which can show images. A microphone that reacts a user's voice and speaker allows the robot to respond to sound as well. Sony also plans to add a position detection sensor to the robot such as an acceleration sensor, gyro sensor, or possibly a GPS receiver.

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Bladestar3471d ago

No point... they already have enough droids and leg humpers...

Save the money on research and development and grab a few from N4G for free.

GrandTheftZamboni3471d ago (Edited 3471d ago )

Offensive, but funny! I volunteer.

ThatCanadianGuy3471d ago

Fanboyism aside,that was hilarious lol

LeonSKennedy4Life3471d ago

That sure was a great joke! It was original, creative, and even witty!

Oh wasn't at ALL!!!

cactuschef3471d ago

I was wondering where you went to Bladestar. Whats happening?

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YungXclusive2K93471d ago

Yey now this robot can shake me to death when i decide to quit playing Killzone 2 which will be no time soon, lol jk

XxZxX3471d ago

such RND, should be use to research SDK for better games.

Microsoft Xbox 3603471d ago


I doubt this is part of their gaming division.

rockleex3471d ago

The PS3 will be able to send the robot to the past to find Sarah Conner... for some reason. O_o

rockleex3471d ago

Anyone? ^_^

Now we can sit in the comfort of our own sofa while we use the stealth techniques of our Metal Gear MK II to go around and spy on gorgeous women! >:D

Play B3yond. :P

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FredFredrickson3471d ago

I know the system has gotten a few much needed price cuts already, but I really don't think they want or need to add an expensive peripheral to a system which many already think is (or was) too expensive to begin with.

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