These robots are dancing to wish you a happy 2021 and their moves are smoother than yours
In the video, you see the entire lineup of robots including the humanoid Atlas, the dog shaped spot and the box juggling Handle, together busting some sick dance moves on The Contours’ “Do You Love Me” music track.
If you have the slightest interest in the world of robots, you must be knowing about the firm Boston Dynamics. Now these have robots like Atlas and Spot that as seen in previous videos, can sprint, do gymnastic routines, parkour, and even perform backflips among other things. However, the company is now wishing all its followers a happy 2021 with a new video where it shows these robots dancing.
In the video, you see the entire lineup of robots including the humanoid Atlas, the dog shaped spot and the box juggling Handle, together busting some sick dance moves on The Contours' “Do You Love Me” music track.
However, this is not the first time that we have seen Boston Dynamics robots dancing on a song. The company, back in 2018, showed its spot robot doing the ‘Running Man' move on the ‘Uptown Funk' track.
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The new video shows these robots smoothly running, jumping and rolling, something we haven't seen before. What's even more interesting is that all the robots are dancing in a coordinated routine, which, let's face it, many of us can't do.
It's worth mentioning that Boston Dynamics was recently purchased by Hyundai. This was under SoftBank previously and the deal between SoftBank and Hyundai was valued at $1.1 billion. This company was founded back in 1992 as a spinoff from Massachusetts Institute of Technology or MIT and was later bought by Google's parent firm Alphabet's X division in 2013, followed by SoftBank and now Hyundai. Also, Boston Dynamics recently started selling the spot robot at price of $74,500, in case you planning to buy it.
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