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Photos: Sony robot has eyes for you

Sony's toddler-size Qrio robot shows off its latest new feature: a third eye.
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three eyes

Sony's latest model of its Qrio robot demonstrates its new vision at the Sony building in Tokyo on Dec. 16, 2005.

The fisheye lens camera on its head can observe almost 180 degrees.

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kicking

A previous version of Sony's 23-inch tall robot showed off its ability to kick a ball.

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waving

To make its robot seem more human, Sony wants Qrio to be a crowd pleaser with a personality.

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