Giant Robot fights sounded cool in theory, but in reality they were a little… underwhelming. But there's another robot fighting league in the works by Chinese company GJS, and it's one that the average joe could participate in. Meet Geio, an app-controlled battlebot that you drive from a first-person view to duke it out in a kind of robot laser tag match. New Atlas took one of these robots for a lonely test drive.
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