An iPhone that can plug into a special laptop is pretty sweet, but how about one that could walk around on its own? (Thankfully it can't chase you around — yet.) Kazu Terasaki, a Silicon Valley-base software engineer, was too fed up with missing calls from Bill Gates and Steve Jobs and decided to take matters into his own hands. In the past, he created a system called PuchiRobo, a system that could turn anything from a beer can to a tissue box into a bipedal 'bot. Now, he's used it to give his iPhone legs.
At the moment the whole setup is a little rudimentary. Kazu's PuchiRobo legs need to a computer to keep them moving, though he'd like to add a chip to the setup so that it can process the movements on its own.
Click Continue to see Kazu's comical video on how his Walking iPhone Robot came about.