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eatART's Titanoboa takes a trip around CES 2013 (video)

Brian Heater
01.07.13
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Looks like the Mondo Spider isn't alone in this world, after all. Turns out the folks over at eatART have designed him a robotic reptilian friend. We got a quick demo of the truly awe-inspiring Titanoboa, a 50-foot snake with a giant opening jaw. The serpent came into being last year, and while it isn't quite ready done, it's at least finished enough to slither the Los Vegas Convention Center parking lot, just outside of our trailer. Future updates should help old Titanboa with its sidewinding dreams. Check out its current state after the break.

Kevin Wong contributed to this report.

Gallery: eatART's Titanoboa | 11 Photos

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