And most impressive of all - these bots are extremely talented.
If you have the slightest interest in the world of robots, you must be knowing about the firm Boston Dynamics.
As CNET's Bonnie Burton notes, the short video feels like a futuristic version of "Dirty Dancing" since the cult classic also features the song.
From a tech standpoint, the feat is highly impressive. The robot maker began leasing out its Spot models in September 2019, and they have since been used to patrol oil rigs, assist law enforcement, help on construction projects and in hospitals to help doctors communicate with COVID-19 patients. It's also a lighthearted way to say goodbye to 2020 and look ahead to a happier future.
The fluid range of movements witnessed here in this Happy New Year party is a testament to the awesome work going on at Boston Dynamics and makes us thrilled to think what future wonders they have in store.
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Plenty of people would be jealous of the robots' terrific dance moves. They've got great rhythm - digital, I assume.
Have you ever seen a robot strut its funky stuff?
At times, Boston Dynamics' robots invoke a sense of unease due to their uncanny movements.
The robots in the video that was uploaded in video streaming site YouTube were Atlas, the dog robot Spot, and Handle. Hyundai hasn't announced any plans for Boston Dynamics, but at least the new management hasn't put a stop to Boston Dynamics' cheeky YouTube videos.
The video since its release has gone viral showing four robots setting the dance floor alight. Today's iteration of the quadruped robot is far more graceful and its motions are smoother than they were two years ago.