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Shake it babe! Here are the most groovy bots ever seen!
posted January 11 2011 20:42.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Herctrap sent me another interesting video. This one comes from youtube user vangos253. This guy, made an awesome humanoid bot, which dances a Greek style of dance called "Zeimpekiko". Although you will never see a real dancer dancing zeimbekiko like this, this humanoid can do some really neat things on stage. Watch the video, he has done a very good job. Thanks [Herctrap] for all.







And what a coincidence! This Sunday, the first Japanese humanoid robot dance contest and ROBO-ONE style battles in the ring was held in Tokio. The following video shows some of the bots that competed in dancing, doing some seriously groovy tricks! Watch and enjoy! You can find more info about this competition in this link.


[Link: vangos253]
Tags: robot   music   microcontroller   rc servo   games and fun   
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