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Here is our life size "Sonny" head

Here is our life size "Sonny" head and our 2 predecessor
NS-4 Robots from the 2004 Will Smith movie "I, Robot".


   In this futuristic robotic movie, Detective Spooner (played by Will Smith) is called to a crime scene at US Robotics. This company manufactures the NS-4 and its new update, the NS-5 robot. Detective Spooner arrives to find an old friend, robot inventor Dr Alfred Lanning (James Cromwell), dead, and he is immediately dissatisfied with the suicide explanation provided by the company boss Lawrence Robertson (Bruce Greenwood). Spooner begins to investigate the real cause of the death, determined to confirm his prejudices about robots. 
   He pursues a robot called Sonny, virtually played by Alan Tudyk, and meets up with robot psychiatrist Dr Susan Calvin (Bridget Moynahan). Together Calvin and Spooner set about uncovering the mystery behind Dr Lanning's death, indeed finding a robot conspiracy against humans.

   The movie is an adaptation of a science fiction novel of the same name, written by Isaac Asimov in the 1950s.  I, ROBOT the movie adopts the three rules that Asimov hardwired into his robots.

1) A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
2) A robot must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
3) A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.


Here is our "I, Robot" Sonny bust with working electronics


Here is our I, Robot Sonny and two of our NS-4 heads
Here is our I, Robot Sonny and two of our NS-4 heads

Here are our some of our NS-4 & NS-5 heads from the movie "I, Robot"
Here are our some of our NS-4 & NS5 heads from the movie I, Robot


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the áI-Cybie robotic dog Other full size
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Our Full-Size Star Wars R2D2


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