Japanese company launches million dollar robot Kuratas - video
Tokyo's Suidobashi Heavy Industry unveiled the £900,000 robot earlier this week, which is now available to buy in Japan.
The electronics firm unveiled a 'how-to' video, which included a pilot named Anna stepping inside and working the controls.
Kuratas is 13ft tall and weights around four tonnes, and can be controlled by an iPhone.
Its futuristic weapons system includes a gun that can shoot 6,000 BB bullets a minute, and can fire whenever the pilot smiles.
It can either be manned through the one-person cockpit or by someone outside using any smartphone on a 3G network.
The Mechwarrior and Avatar-style Kuratas also comes in 16 colours including black and pink, and users can purchase a cup holder for an extra £16.
The company have reportedly been working on Kuratas since 2010.