panasonic evoia robot
 
panasonic evoia robot
aug 11, 2009

panasonic evoia robot

to demonstrate their long lasting evolta batteries, panasonic drove the small evoia robot for 24 hours at the lemans racetrack. the small robot rode a tricycle powered by two small AA evolta batteries. the robot traveled for 24 hours covering a record setting distance of 23.726 km. the guinness world record was set on august 6. this is the second record for the evolta battery, which previously was given the honour of ‘longest lasting AA alkaline battery’. the robot pedaled its tricycle following an infrared beam projected by the lead car for 5.6 laps. the robot was designed by tomotaka takahashi.

http://www.panasonic.com/evolta panasonic evoia robot

panasonic evoia robot

via akihabara news

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