Your lust for clapping robot hands has been satiated

26 October 2011

As you know, we’re always keen to keep on top of new developments in the world of robot innovation but we’ve had HUNDREDS of letters from you, all asking the same question – “When are we going to see some robot hands that clap along to a Japanese version of ‘If You’re Happy And You Know It’? Eh??”

Stop panicking you set of arseholes – here they come...

TOPICS:   Travel   Technology


  • The B.
    What's the point of automated clapping hands? I can think of a much better automated hand solution that would be eminently more marketable to the male population.
  • stu
    Doing the washing up right??? No the ironing?
  • Wonky H.
    Playing COD all day so we don't have to?
  • Dick
    Apple should buy some of these for their next product rollout. And maybe a few whopping robots. Now Steve Jobs is gone, they don't get the same audience response. Although that is probably down to the incremental changes in their products.
  • GLaDoS
    The slow clap processor? :O It's REAL! GLaDOS: Oh good. My slow clap processor made it into this thing. So we have that. Since it doesn't look like we're going anywhere... Well, we are going somewhere. Alarmingly fast, actually. But since we're not busy other than that, here's a couple of facts. He's not just a regular moron. He's the product of the greatest minds of a generation working together with the express purpose of building the dumbest moron who ever lived. And you just put him in charge of the entire facility. [clap clap] GLaDOS: Good, that's still working. Hey, just in case this pit isn't actually bottomless, do you think maybe you could unstrap one of those long fall boots of yours and shove me into it? Just remember to land on one foot...
  • Victor K.
    Do you have a naughty, disobedient monkey that needs chastising? The new monkey spanker is for you. Avoid cramp in your hand and arm. Pretend that someone else is chastising your monkey while you think of other things. Fun for all the family.

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