A new robotic cat that looks like it was designed for a horror movie has been created by a company in China.
The robot, called “Skeleton”, can mimic the movements of humans and will cost $1,200.
The robotic cat is based on the body of a dog and is expected to be used in disaster response, rescue, and public education projects.
It was developed by China’s Nanjing-based company, Cyber Cat, and has a 3D printing facility.
It is designed to be a companion for humans and can be controlled by a smartphone.
The Cat has three legs and a torso.
It can carry objects up to 30 centimetres (13 inches) in height and up to 20 centimeters (6 inches) deep.
It has a backpack that can hold up to 50 kilograms (110 pounds).
A robot with a 3-D printed body is seen on the floor of the factory in Shanghai, China, September 13, 2018.
“We wanted to create a robot that can be used to assist humans,” Cyber Cat founder Li Yang told the Australian Financial Press.
“I wanted to design a robot which is as comfortable as human beings, and which could assist humans in disaster relief and rescue activities.”
The Cat was developed using 3D technology.
Photo: Cyber Cat Cyber Cat’s head, arms, and legs are 3D printed, but its skin is plastic and it is not waterproof.
It will have a backpack for up to 10 kilograms (24 pounds), and it will have sensors to detect objects.
“In the future, this robot will be used by the public to assist in disaster recovery, rescue and public educational projects,” Cyber Cats head of research and development Yu Lei said in a statement.
“As a result, it will be ideal for the rescue and rescue missions for humans.” “
It can also carry and control a heavy backpack up to 15 kilograms (32 pounds),” Yu said.
“As a result, it will be ideal for the rescue and rescue missions for humans.”
“The cat will be a good model for robotic cat rescue teams to test their robots on in the future,” Yu said, adding that the company plans to offer the Cat to universities in China to help students learn to operate a robotic cat.
The cat will cost about $1.5 million, and is being manufactured by the Chinese firm Nanjing Robotics Technology Co Ltd.