Now you can do the real robot. None of the 1990s male caucasion robot dance crap, this helmet and goggles allows users to experience the world as a robot would. This oddly designed head gear is the work of Paul Granjon.
Final kit: the helmets are fitted with one ultra-sound sensor and an infra-red beacon, which are connected to LEDs in the goggles which are otherwise blind. The ultra-sound sensor provides information about the presence of obstacles ahead, while the IR beacon indicates if another robotic perception unit is present in the close environment.
This is kind of an interesting idea. It doesn't seem to serve any kind of practical purpose, but it would allow the user to get freaky with some true robot cosplay. Oh yeah, dirty robot sex. – Travis Hudson
Robotic perception kit [WMMNA]