Creepy Robot Mouth Returns, Sings Japanese Children's Song

Posted on July 17, 2011

The robot mouth first creeped out the Internet last year with a video of it making vowel sounds. The robot mouth, developed by Professor Hideyuki Sawada at Kagawa University in Japan, is now back with a new video. This time the robot is singing a Japanese children's song called "Kagome Kagome."

The robot does have a purpose. It was created to help hearing-impaired people improve their speech. The robot mouth is even able to listen to itself and can make adjustments in its speech. The robots nose does not look as realistic in this new video as it did in the past. Take a look:




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