4.5-ton robotic suit works security for Las Vegas strip club

This bouncer actually does have arms of metal.

A Las Vegas strip club has deployed a large robotic bouncer to welcome tech leaders from the world over attending a weekend convention.

Mech “The Bot” Johnson, a 15-foot-tall and eight,800-pound human-controlled robotic suit, is working with Sapphire Las Vegas’ security element through the four-day Consumer Electronics Show that kicked off Thursday.

The robotic will probably be stationed outdoors the strip club’s gates to maintain these ready in line completely entertained, seemingly as a result of it’s too huge to suit by any door frames.

“He will probably be defending us all from the Ai bots taking on the Las Vegas #CES conference so that you could be celebration fear free all weekend lengthy!” the club mentioned in an Instagram submit.

Weighing practically 4.6-tons, The Bot is a “human-controlled big, powered all-terrain robotic ‘mech’ suit” that was flown in from Vancouver for CES, Sapphire Las Vegas mentioned.

Mech fits are normally huge four-legged armored fits which have the facility to carry heavy objects by augmenting the power of the human stationed inside.

“It solely is smart that the world’s largest gents’s club would have the world’s largest security guard,” Peter Feinstein, the club’s managing associate, mentioned in a press release.


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