Boston Dynamics Shows Dirty Dances By Atlas And Spot Robots

Boston Dynamics Shows Dirty Dances By Atlas And Spot Robots


Boston Dynamics Atlas and Spot robots can do many different things: sprint, gymnastics, parkour, back flips, open doors, wash dishes. But as it turned out, the list of “talents” of robots is not limited to this.

As shown in a recently published video by the company, another impressive trick has appeared in the Atlas and Spot repertoire – dance steps, and they are performed with an ease and a sense of rhythm that many people would envy.

The video shows the entire Boston Dynamics family of robots – the humanoid Atlas, the Spot robot dog, and the Handle warehouse robot with a manipulator arm – all in sync with The Contours’ song “Do You Love Me.”

This isn’t the first time Boston Dynamics has demonstrated the dance skills of its robots. In 2018, the company showed a video in which the Spot robot performed the “Running Man” dance, but in the new video everything looks at a much higher level thanks to Atlas, which moves like a real dancer.

When watching a dance with the participation of synchronously moving robots, the feeling is created that everything that happens is a product of computer graphics.

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