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Optimus Prime in biped form, from "The Transformers" movie.See more pictures of robots. Without a doubt, the HowStuffWorks staff is anxious about the upcoming "Transformers" movie. We don't just wonder whether it will be good. We wonder whether we'll see robots with Transformers' capabilities during our lifetimes. While full-scale Transformers seem a little implausible -. Impractical - it turns out that some existing robots have a lot in common with Transformers. In this article, we'll explore what these transforming robots look like, how they work and how they're similar to Transformers like Optimus Prime. We'll begin with an analysis of Prime himself. He's enormous and impressive, but could he ever be real? To find out, we asked engineer Michael D. Belote what it would take to build a full-scale tractor-trailer that can convert into a bipedal robot. In other words, what would it take to make a life-sized version of Optimus Prime? Some self-reconfiguring robots, or robots that can change their shapes to perform different tasks, exist today.|Production plants for semiconductors, such as the Global Foundries facility in Malta, New York, have become a focal point as economic recovery from the pandemic is held back by a shortage of critical electronic components necessary for semiconductor production. Whether you've gone shopping lately for a new car, a washing machine, a game console or any number of other items, you've probably discovered that the stuff you want is way more expensive than it used to be - and increasingly hard to find. The price tags on some high-end TVs, for example, have risen nearly 30 percent since this time last year, as Wired recently reported. New cars are in such short supply that the cost of used vehicles is skyrocketing, to the extent that the price of a Saturn, a brand that's been defunct for more than a decade, is up by more than 26 percent over last year, according to The Drive. So what's up with that?




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