We first learned about CyberCraft Robots at the Tampa Bay Mini Maker Faire – and we immediately invited them to come exhibit at Orlando Mini Maker Faire. To full appreciate CyberCraft Robots, you have to know their story – which we’ve pulled from their website:
Here at CyberCraft Robots, our Orbiting Laboratory enjoys a semisynchronous orbit, which allows us to examine your entire planet daily. We take advantage of our passage above your home orb, to scrutinize every estate sale (poor buggers), trash heap, bar mitzvah, and bingo parlor forSecret Robot Parts.
You may wonder, Secret Robot Parts? That is correct. All around you are objects that appear to be the ordinary detritus of daily life. Yet a small percentage of these objects are actually bits of unassembled Robot! Our mission at CyberCraft Robots is to covertly collect these seemingly mundane items, and reassemble them into the marvelous Robots they were intended to be.
Should you choose to provide a home for a CyberCraft Robot, you must understand that when in the presence of any human, the Robot must take the form of a Robot Sculpture. It is a one of a kind piece of fine art and must be treated as such. It is not a toy or an action figure, and there are no movable parts. However, when no human is about, your Robot will continue to assist in our greater mission. So if small, shiny things begin to disappear from your home, do not be alarmed. Simply take pleasure in knowing that you have been harboring Secret Robot Parts, and they have now been returned to their rightful purpose.
Now that you know their story, here are a few pictures so that you can identify them if you see them roaming around your parts bin hunting for Secret Robot Parts…
We hope you’ll visit Orlando Mini Maker Faire to see the CyberCraft Robots for yourself – and we know you will want to take one home!