ROBOLAB is the story of a space mission where instead of men, highly sophisticated robots are used. As the target is the black hole, it is a very dangerous mission. Many countries contribute to this project thus designing robots which reflects characteristics of their culture. These robots are equipped with most of the human features. They have feelings to be able to simulate human reactions. We also have a villain ship. That is the ODD-MISSION. The crew of ODD-MISSION is also robots and they belong to a bad guy, SMOG, who wants to steal the information ROBOLAB is carrying. They go through various adventures in space until they end up in the other side of a black hole to find the I-LACS planet where the art of the universe is controlled. Now they have to save the planet from being robbed by ODD-MISSION crew and get back to earth.
ROBOLAB is a full 3D animated project shot to 35 mm. cinema film for theatrical release. The story is adjusted for the audience of all ages and the people of all countries. It does not cover any racism, porno, humiliating dialogs and violence but rather funny action gags. As most of the characters of the film are robots, very few human figures take place in the movie. The robots, being built by various countries, carry the characteristics of their culture. All the backgrounds of the film are designed and created in a 3D environment, using sophisticated technology and specially developed software. Maximator 7.0 is the main program that renders this animated feature, packed with artificial intelligence and high degree of very sophisticated rendering abilities. The film opens at a TV announcement. As the host talks to Mr. Roger Y. Knot, the genious project manager of the ROBOLAB mission, all the shots are in real environments. The characters are live persons and the sets are streets common to every one, such as the Times Square, Oxford Street, a typical Indian street, a Turkish Close Bazaar. The shots are live action where people of different countries are watching TV's on the streets or their homes. As soon as the camera moves up to see the ROBOLAB, we go into a sophisticated 3D environment. Both the robots and the space ships are animated in 3D. The only times we see a live character is when Dr. Roger Y. Knot and Mr. Smog appear on the monitors of the space ships.