25 thoughts on “Chouchou Electric Butterfly – CScout Japan

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  2. @hotboyfriend55 No, …
    @hotboyfriend55 No, I met him in New York City this past week. He’s my friend’s Uncle. He showed me his studio and everything. Very talented and intelligent guy.

  3. wow i want one! but …
    wow i want one! but too bad it won’t work outside the jar… :((

  4. To all you haters …
    To all you haters out there who think this is fake, I actually met the man who came up with the idea today. It is real.

  5. @pseudotruth

    Why …
    @pseudotruth

    Why don’t you do your research before you post, because it’s painful to read your trite opinion. It is a robot.

  6. @pseudotruth – your …
    @pseudotruth – your comment speaks to the brilliance of the device. I saw it in person and it most certainly is not a hoax.

  7. Not convinced! Yes …
    Not convinced! Yes I can see what might be a wire or a photoshopped wire, but there’s a lot of functions required to achieve the motion depicted, and I suspect a hoax. If it were shown to be genuine, it would be impressive. But then I ask myself, why place it inside a cheap moulded glass bottle with a design that’s calculated to obscure & distort what’s being demonstrated?
    On balance: more likely fake than not.

  8. so japan can make a …
    so japan can make a robotic butterfly, but cant find the cure for cancer?

  9. Remember the scene …
    Remember the scene in Blade Runner where the owl turns out to be a perfect imitation? Yep, we’re on our way to the future, people. B)

  10. So, i think it can …
    So, i think it can be defined as a robot, because the input (tapping the jar), triggers a sensor and provides for an output (fluttering its wings). I’m not sure about the exact definition of robot though

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