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A 3 foot tall robot lamp sculpture made from recycled materials

three feet tall Robot Lamp

Robots have been a popular topic for many years. They have been made into beloved characters in television shows, such as, “Rosie” from The Jetsons, and in movies, like “Wall-e” from the film of the same name. Although we know they are made of tin and are not real, we end up falling in love with them anyways.

Many of us dream of owning a robot one day and feel it is something the future will eventually bring, but in the meantime, most of us have to rely on the next robot movie in order to get our next robot fix.

Since many of those who love robots also love other cool gadgets, whether they are new or vintage, it wouldn’t be too off the mark to say that many also enjoy collecting unique items, like a recycled camera and other recycled materials that are turned into a robot lamp.

The Flash Six-20 Camera Robot Lamp Assemblage is exactly that, a robot lamp made from a recycled camera and other recycled parts. Whether you are a photographer, a robot fanatic, or both, this would make the perfect gift for any occasion.

The head and chest piece of this 3 feet tall robot lamp, lights up with a simple click of a button. Its features include, built in lights, pose-able arms and legs, as well as, a multifunctional wireless remote to change light colors, adjust brightness, and to set the lights to smooth fade.

“I would love to own one of those,” said Joe Johnson at Long Beach Restaurants. “That is one cool robot lamp!”

Remote controlled robot lamp

For some, this may be a dream come true. Okay, so it’s not a walking, talking robot, but it is one that will help light your way. Thus, we no longer have to wait for another movie that features a robot, like R2-D2 in Star Wars, for us to see a robot come to life; instead, we can now have a robot be a part of our everyday living.

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