Japan’s new carbon nano-fiber, mag-lev, hyper-loopy, vacuum tube-bridge to the Uncanny Valley

While you were sweating through mousho (mousho japanese dog-days of august)—the final dog days of August, Japan has finished its new, carbon nano-fiber, mag-lev, hyper-loopy, vacuum tube-bridge to the Uncanny Valley*.

Other 3Yen posts about Japan’s cconquering the Uncanny Valley include:
   • ‘Halfu’ baby-bot with ‘tude (3Yen / 2013-01-22)
   • Japanese robots invade the Uncanny Valley (3Yen / 2010-08-05/)
   • Robo-babe singing J-Pop (3Yen / 2009-10-06/)

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