Nothing will make you smile on the Internet as much as these Boston Dynamics robots taking over the dance floor.
Boston Dynamics is known for its advanced robots that can many a thing from sprinting, gymnastic routines, parkour, backflips, open doors, wash dishes, and get actual jobs. But they can also dance better than you it seems.
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Atlas, the humanoid robot, Spot, the dog-shaped robot, and the box-juggling Handle, all came together for a sick dance routine set to the tune of “Do you love me?” by The Contours.
Atlas is the star of the show, tearing up the dance floor with its smooth moves, jumps, and twirls, and doing so in total coordination with its dance partners.
Watch it now. It is not CGI.
This is not CGI https://t.co/VOivE97vPR
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 29, 2020
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