Japanese robot gets set for 143-mile triathlon
A green and white robot is preparing to take part in the Ironman Triathlon course in Hawaii next month.
The robot will have 10 times longer to complete the course than a "live" competitor.
Evolta is fitted with three different bodies and three rechargeable batteries and was made by electronics firm Panasonic.
The intrepid cybernetic competitor will have to swim, run and cycle for a total of approximately 143m (230 km).
15 Sep 2011
- From the section Technology