Titan the Robot

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Titan the Robot
TITAN (1).jpg
First appearance Glastonbury Festival (2004)
Created byNik Fielding [1]
In-universe information
Type Character
Height8 feet (2.4 m)
Weight60 kilograms (9.4 st)
Website cyberstein.com

Titan the Robot (often referred to as Titan) is a robotic costume developed by the British company Cyberstein Robots. [2] [3] It is approximately 8 feet tall and weighs 60 kg (9.4 st) which increases to 350 kg (55 st) [4] including the cart it rides on and onboard equipment. It is enhanced by various actuators and electronic devices, resembling a humanoid robot, that is worn by an actor who moves the appendages of the costume and controls electronic functions like sound effects from the inside of the costume. [5] [6] [7]


The robot was designed by Nik Fielding, who runs Cyberstein from Newquay, Cornwall, England. [2] Titan has performed at a variety of public and private events, such as the Commonwealth Games, Bar Mitzvahs [4] UK shopping centres, [8] television fundraisers and live concerts. [3] Entered the Chinese market in 2018 and operated by Tuxuan Robotics.


2010 ECHO Awards PerformerTwo versions of Titan performed with the international pop star, Rihanna. [9]
2010 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards PerformerTitan performed on stage again with Rihanna.[ citation needed ]
2010 Big Brother UK PerformerTitan the robot appeared on the 11th series of Big Brother in the UK as part of the 'Man v Machine' task.
2010 Daybreak PerformerTitan appeared on Daybreak's "Cool before School" feature.
2013 Germany's Next Topmodel PerformerTitan appeared on German television (Pro7) for the eighth cycle of Germany's Next Topmodel.
2020 Ant And Dec Saturday Night Takeaway Performer[ citation needed ]
2022 Britain's Got Talent PerformerTitan the robot appeared as the first audition in the first episode of the programme's 15th series.

Titan also appeared in the 4th semi-final of that series.

2024 8 out of 10 cats does countdown PerformerTitan The robot appeared on s25 ep9 during the Countdown on the letters round.

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