Bach, Beethoven, or Biggie—Toyota’s artificial violinist is programmed to play the classics. The 5-foot robot had its coming out party back in 2007 when it demonstrated its versatile and precise movements to churn out symphonies. Why would the Japanese automaker focus on building robots instead of improving its motor vehicles? Ask former President Katsuaki Watanabe and he'll tell you the company's future is built upon future robotics augmentation, with plans of creating "robots that are useful for people in everyday life." This should be an interesting development.