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Friday, June 04, 2004

Anime and Robotics: A Symbiotic Relationship

"The end of World War II and the subsequent evolution of technology has caused pop culture to become pervasive in every facet of modern-day society; from television to cinema and magazines to the exponentially-growing World Wide Web. Within Japanese pop culture, anime has become progressively more influential and commands true worldwide recognition since the Oscar-winning production, Spirited Away.

Similarly, in recent decades, the field of robotics has also been spurred on by technological advances, and is becoming increasingly prevalent within society, industry and our homes. While robotics and anime have originated in very different ways, as both advance they are forming a unique and multi-faceted symbiosis."

Source: Generation 5
See also:
Anime - Wikipedia
Robot - Wikipedia
Japan - Wikipedia
Anime Dreams
Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence

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