Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, has tweeted a picture of himself testing out a humungous Robot Suit at the MARS conference on Sunday. Look at Tweet below to see just how big this suit was!

Jeff Bezos gets to pilot an awesome robot

Amazon CEO, Bezos, looks pretty ecstatic as he Tweeted a picture over the weekend about piloting a gigantic robot from Hankook Mirae Technology. Attendees tweeted about Bezos, who was controlling this monstrous robot, in which he was flailing his arms around the stage at the MARS conference.

The robot, in all actuality, looks identical to the robots we watch in cinemas such as the one present in the movie, "Iron Man".

Details on the robot and technology these days...

This event was supposed to be a top secret Amazon event.The MARS conference, or Machine Learning Automation, Robotics and Space Exploration, is an invite-only event sponsored by Amazon. However, this top secret event is now known to the public with all the cool inventions that have been made over the years after Bezos tweet was released! It is not for sure if this robot can actually walk although rumors have been released that this robot can. From the pictures posted from billionaire, Jeff Bezos, Twitter account it seems that the robot is chained to the ceiling but is able to move around his arms.

This humanoid robot is 13 feet tall and weighs 1.4 tons-- one pretty incredible invention that must have taken a great deal of time and effort to build! The robot was created by a robotic expert named Vitaly Bulgarov. Bulgavor has stated on his Facebook page, "Everything we have been learning so far on this robot can be applied to solve real-world problems".

Bulgavor has worked on movie series such as "Transformers", "Robocops" and "Terminator" in the past.

It is interesting to think about what the future technology has in store for society. The movies that we watch currently are now being transformed into real life pieces. Sooner than we think, in just a blink of the eye, we are going to start seeing these huge robots walking down our streets...