Drone

 





Since its creation by Michael Jackson in 1967, the 'robot' move has been a dance floor staple.
Now robots themselves are taking to the dance floor to show off their moves.
Last week, 1,007 robots performed a synchronised routine earning them the Guinness World Record for 'most robots dancing simultaneously.'




More than 1,000 robots performed a synchronised routine earning them the Guinness World Record for 'most robots dancing simultaneously'
More than 1,000 robots performed a synchronised routine earning them the Guinness World Record for 'most robots dancing simultaneously'

 

 

ROBOT WORLD RECORDS 

Smallest humanoid robot - the BeRobot, which measures just 153 mm (six inches) tall, is able to walk, kick and perform push-ups
First restaurant with robot waiters - Robot Kitchen in Hong Kong has two robot staff members capable of taking orders from customers and delivering their meals to them
Fastest robot to solve a Rubik's cube - the Sub1 robot completed the puzzle in just 0.887 seconds in January 2016


The sea of robots took to the stage at the Qingdao Beer Festival in Shandong, China. 
Measuring just 43.8 centimetres (19 inches) tall, each robot was controlled from just one mobile phone. 
To earn the Guinness World Record, the robots had to dance for a full minute.
While 1,040 started the dance, some of the robots were disqualified because they did not dance, or fell over mid-way through the dance. 
However, 1,007 robots were able to complete the minute long routine in perfect unison. 
 The sea of robots took to the stage at the Qingdao Beer Festival in Shandong, China. To earn the Guinness World Record, the robots had to dance in unison for a full minute
 The sea of robots took to the stage at the Qingdao Beer Festival in Shandong, China. To earn the Guinness World Record, the robots had to dance in unison for a full minute. dailymail

The previous world record was 540 dancing robots, which was achieved in February this year by Ubtech Robotics Corp.
The new record was organised by Ever Win Company, who hope that people will utilise the dancing robots at future events.

While 1,040 started the dance, some of the robots were disqualified because they did not dance, or fell over mid-way through the dance
While 1,040 started the dance, some of the robots were disqualified because they did not dance, or fell over mid-way through the dance

Measuring just 43.8 centimetres (19 inches) tall, each robot was controlled from just one mobile phone
Measuring just 43.8 centimetres (19 inches) tall, each robot was controlled from just one mobile phone

Mr Quan Jinyou, Chief Technology Officer of Ever Win Company, told Chinese News Agency, Xinhua, that 'the biggest challenge for remote control of the robots is radio frequency interference, such as from mobile phones or Bluetooth devices.'
He added that the company's encryption technology avoids this interference.
The Guinness World Record was confirmed by adjudicator, Ms Angela Wu, as well as a technology expert from the Robots Association.

The new record was organised by Ever Win Company, who hope that people will use the dancing robots at future events
The new record was organised by Ever Win Company, who hope that people will use the dancing robots at future events. dailymail

Most robots dancing simultaneously record attempt

The Guinness World Record was confirmed by adjudicator, Ms Angela Wu, as well as a technology expert from the Robots Association

Most robots dancing simultaneously GWR adjudicator
The Guinness World Record was confirmed by adjudicator, Ms Angela Wu, as well as a technology expert from the Robots Association



540 robots perform flawless record-breaking dance routine for Chinese TV show




Most robots dancing simultaneously high res
The previous world record was 540 dancing robots, which was achieved in February this year.
During CCTV Spring Festival Gala in Shenzhen, China, UBTECH Robotics Corp. set a spectacular  record for the Robots dancing simultaneously, as an incredible 540 machines proved to be perfectly in sync backing dancers for famous Chinese singer Sun Nan.

The robot routine was filmed and broadcast during the popular annual televised variety show which sees around 700 million people tune in each year.
Sun Nan sang a song called ‘Going to the Top’, which celebrated the technological achievements of China.
The robots – which are 398 mm tall and weigh around 1.5 kilograms each – are named ‘Alpha 1S’, and the model is China’s first programmable and interactive robot that was specifically designed for family entertainment.
The robots were expertly set up by a technical team of 24 people and the final performance proved to be flawlessly in time with the music.
The sparkling finale saw 26 drones drop a cloud of glitter over the dancing computers.






ROBOT CHEERLEADERS 

The Murata Cheerleaders were built by Murata Manufacturing.
Instead of wheels, the cheerleading robots balance on a removable ball, which rolls in its housing to help the machines dance and move.
They remain upright due to advanced gyro sensors, which incorporate inverted-pendulum control technology, to detect tilt angles.

The Murata Cheerleaders (pictured) were built by Japanese-based Murata Manufacturing. Each robot balances - similar to Weebles - and perform high-precision routines thanks to real-time position measurement technology
The Murata Cheerleaders (pictured) were built by Japanese-based Murata Manufacturing. Each robot balances - similar to Weebles - and perform high-precision routines thanks to real-time position measurement technology. dailymail
Similar gyro sensors are commonly used in digital cameras, car navigation systems, and more recently, the electronic stability control systems that prevent cars from skidding.
Elsewhere, the Murata Cheerleaders perform high-precision routines thanks to real-time position measurement technology. 

Reactions:

Post a Comment Blogger Disqus

 
 
Top