Pittsburgh museum to open robot exhibition

Apr 16, 2008 By DANIEL LOVERING, Associated Press Writer
Pittsburgh museum to open robot exhibition (AP)
Anthony Daniels, a British actor who played C-3PO in all six "Star Wars" movies, poses with a model of the fictional robot at the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh on April 9, 2008. The museum announced plans to open what it believes will be the country's largest robotics exhibition in the spring of 2009. (AP Photo/Daniel Lovering)

(AP) -- How robots act, think and sense the world around them will be the focus of an upcoming exhibit billed as the largest and most comprehensive nationwide on robotics.



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not rated yet Apr 17, 2008
Road trip for the spring - R2D2