More than a thousand robots set a new world record for synchronized dance
Over the past year, the world record holder in the nomination “the most massive dance with the participation of robots” has changed three times already. The last achievement, officially registered by representatives of the Guinness Book of Records, took place in China. 1069 robots model Dobi produced by WL Intelligent Technology synchronously danced to electronic music.
This commercially available humanoid robot has a height of 47 cm and boasts a high mobility. All robots are managed remotely, with the help of the application for the smartphone, but with an external identity they are distinguished by “peculiarities of character”. Several copies could not stand the moral breakdown and a nervous breakdown – they fell off the stage at the height of the dance, which was taken into account when fixing the record.
In any case, 1069 robots are much more than 1007 dancing machines from Ever Win Company, which owns the previous record, set several months ago. A noteworthy fact – the whole dance ensemble was managed from a single tablet. And even earlier, in April 2016, UBTECH Robotics showed an ideally synchronized dance of 540 robots.