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Japanese robot goes bike-riding

Murata Boy demonstrates gyro sensor technology

BICYCLE RIDING ROBOTVisitors watch the 20-inch-high Murata Boy robot ride a tiny bicycle without falling during a demonstration Tuesday at the CEATEC Japan 2005 exhibition in Makuhari, east of Tokyo.

TOKYO - A Japanese company has unveiled a robot which can ride a bike.

Murata Manufacturing demonstrated the robot Tuesday at the 2005 Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technology at Makuhari Messe, outside Tokyo.

The 20-inch-high (50-centimeter-high) robot, named Murata Boy weighs in at 11 pounds (5 kilograms).


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