Real Life Transformer


(Youtube Direkttransformers, via Technabob)

Das hier ist zwar nur am Rande Film-related, aber ich brings trotzdem. Gute Nachrichten für alle Transformers-Gutfinder: Demnächst muss man nicht mehr schlechte Bay-Filme gut finden, nur weil das Lieblingsspielzeug darin vorkommt. Transformers gibt es nämlich bald schon auch in echt, dass da oben ist ein früher Prototyp. Obey your new transforming Overbot.

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  1. DarthFJ

    TF2 war doch nu geil ^^ weis gar ne was ihr habt?
    lol der am schlechtesten, bewertete Film … verdient massig Kohle ^^ sag das mal Meiner Frau! (die Spartaner und ich)

  2. Palich

    Ist der genial. Großartiger “Prototyp”.

    Irgendwie bestärkt mich Dein Posting in allen meinen Vorurteilen gegenüber der Zielgruppe für Michael Bay Filme …

  3. El Fusilado

    Wie geil ist da denn bitte? Bay go home! Bitte mit diesen Lego-Bots den dritten Teil drehen!

  4. Andi

    Kann der auch pinkeln?

  5. RaoulDuke

    genial umgesetzt, es lebe das Studium solch wichtiger Fachbereiche wie angwandte Robotik^^

  6. windam

    lol … nettes Stück Technik … BabyPrime :)

  7. Moe

    Ist ähnlich einer Katze beim spielen zuzugucken – nur läuft da nich so coole Hintergrundmusik

  8. Kiran

    Laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaangweilig! Der kann ja nicht mal richtig laufen.

    Da gefällt das hier wesentlich besser:

  9. GunGrave

    Ist ja geil… will haben so ein Dingens! ^_^

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