Boston Dynamics | Impressive choreography with robots for a better 2021 – VIDEO
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Published on 01/01/2021 at 11:00

Boston Dynamics, the leading robotics company based in Massachusetts, presented an impressive choreography via a video on social media with the wish that the new year 2021 is a better year. 


More specifically, the robots Atlas, Spot and Handle appear to work harmoniously in the rhythms of the famous song “Do you love me” displaying some of their unique capabilities, such as high mobility and autonomy.

Recently acquired by Hyundai Motor Group, Boston Dynamics is a leading company in the design and construction of highly-mobile robots. It was previously funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to design the BigDog, a four-legged robot designed for the US Army, and the Sand Flea, which resembles a small remote-controlled car that can jump up to 10m (30 feet) to overcome obstacles.  


Videos of the company’s robots, which are often posted on social media, provoke mixed reactions. An example is the video with the humanoid robot holding a gun, capable of shooting at targets despite the “trials” it undergoes.


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