I am amazed what you can find when you’re supposed to be researching. Build your own robots flash is fun – but dates from 2004/2005 – competition is well and truly closed. Turns out to be an Australian website for 3 movies. It is half way between being a fun resource for our school robotics club or being an example of the intersection between popular culture and robotics, which I am trying to research. I have to point out that the two robots explicitly gendered were of the pleasure bots type. Which should make the others masculine by default but there are a couple of interestingly hybrid domestic service bots.
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