Tmsuk Enryu, Japan's six-ton robotic version of our jaws of life

The Tmsuk T-52 Enryu — which roughly translates into "rescue dragon" — is the bigger brother of the manufacturer's web-slinging security 'bot. Bigger being the important word here — the T-52 weighs in at six tons, and both of its robotic arms can lift 1100 pounds each. It needs to be able to toss around that kind of weight because it's designed to aid in earthquake and accident rescue, and early versions of the T-52 have actually already done so. It can be controlled by a pilot on board, or operated remotely.

Click Continue to see a video of the T-52 in action, set to some crazy chiptune-ish beats.

Tmsuk, via BotJunkie