Gundam the robot the size of a building will be presented to the public on December 19, this is what you need.
The largest robot in the world , Gundam RX-78-2, is located in the port of Yokohama in Tokyo, it is inspired by the famous anime Mobile Suit Gundam and its measurements are almost like those of a building, it measures more than 18 meters in height. tall and weighs 25 tons, it was built of aluminum and its hands reach almost 2 meters.
Gundam is capable of performing a series of movements, such as walking, raising its arms, kneeling, turning its head, performing some gestures with its hands, among other actions.
The largest tourist attraction in the world
Gundam RX-78-2 is inspired by the main character of the Japanese science fiction anime series. The android has become the largest robot in the world and can perform a series of movements, such as walking, raising its arms, kneeling, turning its head, performing some gestures with its hands, among other actions.
The robot rests on a scaffolding platform that can be accessed to see it up close, in addition to serving as a support, it has artificial fog and music to be even more striking in its movements. The Gundam will move into different poses every half hour and will light up during the evening performances.
The tourist attraction will be presented to the public on December 19, people will be able to see it at a considered distance and will have the option of seeing it in augmented reality, which will allow participants to simulate being inside the robot as if they were controlling it.
The huge robot is in the Gundam Factory Yokohama and will be a tourist attraction in the port area with which they hope to stimulate the economy of the area.
Prices and cost to see Gundam
The price of the tourist attraction will be 13 euros to change for adults over 13 years old, for children from 7 to 12 years old the price will drop and for children under 6 years old the entrance will be totally free.
And if you want to see Gundam even closer you can go up to the observation platforms near the robot, for about 25 euros to change the entrance.
This tourist attraction will be only until March 31, 2022 because the giant needs routine maintenance. The possibility that the world’s largest robot will be presented in another country is ruled out.