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Dancing robots



Bruno Maisonnier of Aldebaran Robotics choreographs a troupe of tiny humanoid Nao robots.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Still Waters on 28 February, 2013, 20:49
Not bad
Comment icon #2 Posted by Lilly on 28 February, 2013, 21:29
They're kind of cute (in a creepy robot way).
Comment icon #3 Posted by CuriousGreek on 1 March, 2013, 2:58
So...robots can dance!!!
Comment icon #4 Posted by Still Waters on 3 March, 2013, 14:23
So...robots can dance!!! Not only that!.....they can dance better than me
Comment icon #5 Posted by Ryu on 3 March, 2013, 17:06
That was really cool! Love those little guys, so adorable. Makes want to have one!
Comment icon #6 Posted by CuriousGreek on 3 March, 2013, 20:42
Not only that!.....they can dance better than me Don't think i'm better. Maybe we ought to hire one of them to teach us how to dance...Learning how to dance is really useful...hmmm Edited to add this;
Comment icon #7 Posted by monk 56 on 4 March, 2013, 1:41
Any that want dancing lessons from a robot, please call the Governator Ha Ha. He is free now after leaving politics, although his prices are expensive!


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