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n. (used with a sing. verb)
The technology employing electronics to animate motorized puppets.

an′i·ma·tron′ic adj.


(Film) of, concerned with, or operated by animatronics: animatronic dinosaurs.
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Which holds true in this gory Gaelic shocker as all the nervy, brooding suspense built up in the opening 40 minutes evaporates once the animatronic goblins make their first appearance.
The animatronic T-Rex will form part of the free entertainment at the university's Edgbaston campus tomorrow between 11am and 4pm as it aims to showcase pioneering research.
And the animatronic ravens are here as the latest stunt in Tourism Ireland's Game of Thrones campaign.
Kids are fascinated by animatronic dinosaurs in DFW and can even #RideAT-Rex
Ichabod Steam's Animatronic Steampunk Band, pictured, took the music outside and into the streets of the pretty market town, while fans were treated to a host of different styles of music throughout the day.
e festival will see the rst public showcase of Hampshire designer Matt Denton's extraordinary giant hexapod animatronic spider.
The first animatronic robots are appearing in Astana, the robots can speak any world language, the press service of the Kazakh capital reported.
Visitors can tread the original stone floor of the iconic Hogwarts Great Hall, encounter animatronic creatures and wander down Diagon Alley.
In the piece published by the Guardian, he branded Murdoch "an animatronic al-Qaida recruitment poster".
In 'Dino Jaws,' besides seeing very detailed and accurate life-sized animatronic models of dinosaurs, visitors will learn what and how dinosaurs ate, as well as how paleontologists determine a dinosaur's--or other prehistoric animal's--feeding behavior.
The youngsters journeyed back to the Jurassic period in a sneak preview of the attraction's new animatronic exhibition.
The exhibition includes animatronic dinosaurs and children and adults can take a tour through the Jurassic forest into a Cretaceous desert, passing fossil specimens as they travel through time.