Boston Dynamics robots said a dancing goodbye to 2020

Robots shared their joy for leaving behind the tough 2020 and danced skilfully.

mechatronics, industry 4.0

In 2020 Boston Dynamics robots helped doctors treat COVID-19 patients, reminded people to stay safe, and even supervised construction works. Saying goodbye to a difficult year, the company’s robots danced at the headquarters of the company, in a three-minute video to the sound of the 1962 hit “Do You Love Me?“.

The video on the Boston Dynamics YouTube channel already has over 25 million views and more than 141,000 comments. In this video, the dancing skills are highlighted which imply precision, agility, synchronization, maneuvers, smooth movements.

“Our entire team came together to celebrate the start of what we hope will be a better year: Happy New Year to all of us at Boston Dynamics,” the company wrote in its YouTube video.

“Changing your mind about what robots can do” is the slogan of the American robot design company founded in 1992. Its mission is to “create the most advanced robots on Earth, with remarkable mobility, agility, dexterity and speed”.

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