Mini robots fight it out at annual contest in Japan

03/29/2012 | Verge, The · TG Daily

Contestants and spectators gathered in Japan over the weekend to participate in the Robo-One Championship, an annual contest that pits mini-robots against each other. Designers looking to enter their robots each shelled out 1,000 yen (about $12) to pit their bots against the competition. Four dozen robots, each weighing less than 3 kg, made it to the finals, but the crown once again went to the reigning champ, GAROO, who knocked out competitor Gargoyle Mini.

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