Boston Dynamic's robot perfectly mimics Mick Jagger's dance moves

Start me up! Boston Dynamic’s Spot robot perfectly mimics Mick Jagger’s iconic dance moves from The Rolling Stones’ 권위 있는 1981 music video

  • Boston Dynamics taught its Spot robot to mimic dance moves of Mick Jagger in the ‘Start Me Upmusic video
  • The video celebrates the 40th anniversary of The Rolling Stones‘Tattoo Youalbum that was released in 1981
  • Spot lip-syncs along with the song and three other Spots were taught the moves of fellow band members Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts
  • The Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger is famous for his hip-snaking sorcery on stage, but the lead singer may have been shown up by Boston Dynamic robot ‘Spotin a new video.

    To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the British band’s ‘Tattoo You’ 앨범, 보스턴 다이내믹스’ engineers taught Spot to dance and lip-sync like Jagger in the ‘Start Me Up’ music video.

    The company also trained three other Spot robots to recreate the moves of fellow band members 키스 리차즈, Ronnie WoodCharlie Watts.

    비디오 중, the lead Spot moves its long neck to mimic the motions Jagger makes with his arms and the robot also opens its mouth to lip-sync along with the Rockstar.

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    The Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger is famous for his hip-snaking sorcery on stage, but the lead singer may have been shown up by Boston Dynamic robot ‘Spot' in a new video

    The Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger is famous for his hip-snaking sorcery on stage, but the lead singer may have been shown up by Boston Dynamic robot ‘Spotin a new video

    The veteran British band first began performing in 1962 and are the first to score a number one album on the British charts across six different decades.

    ‘Tattoo Youis the 16th British and 18th American studio album by the English rock band and features the hit song ‘Start Me Up.’

    The lead Spot robot does not miss a beat as it follows along with Jagger, singing and dancing the entire clip.

    The three backup bots also hit every que of Jagger’s fellow band mates.

    To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the British band's 'Tattoo You' album, Boston Dynamics' engineers taught Spot to dance and lip-sync like Jagger to the ‘Start Me Up’ music video

    To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the British band’s ‘Tattoo You’ 앨범, 보스턴 다이내믹스’ engineers taught Spot to dance and lip-sync like Jagger to the ‘Start Me Up’ music video

    Spot's mouth even opens and closes 'sing along' with Jagger

    Spot’s mouth even opens and closes ‘sing alongwith Jagger

    Boston Dynamics took the world by storms when it began operations in 2009, which led to its human-like Atlas in 2013 and then its Spot Classic in 2015.

    The firm has since been working tirelessly to create life-like, powerful and strong robots designed for the commercial industry.

    Boston Dynamics says there are Spots operating in a variety of different roles around the world, including on a factory-floor at Ford and helping with oil rig inspection for BP.

    The robotics firm seems to enjoy teaching its robots new dance moves, as it taught a crew to shake, twist and do the mash potato in sequence to The Contours ‘Do You Love Me.

    Although watching the Boston Dynamics’ robots bust a move is entertaining, the dances make the machines tougher, more flexible and stable.

    The company also trained three other Spot robots to recreate the moves of fellow band members Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts

    The company also trained three other Spot robots to recreate the moves of fellow band members Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts

    The lead Spot robot does not miss a beat as it follows along with Jagger, singing and dancing the entire clip. The three backup bots also hit every que of Jagger’s fellow band mates

    The lead Spot robot does not miss a beat as it follows along with Jagger, singing and dancing the entire clip. The three backup bots also hit every que of Jagger’s fellow band mates

    Boston Dynamics first unleashed Spot to the commercial market in June 2020, promoting it in a release as ‘an agile robot that climbs stairs and traverses rough terrain with ease,’ and able to go where other robots can’t ‘to perform a broad number of tasks.

    설립 1992, Boston Dynamics initially focused on research and development and got much of its funding from the U.S. Department of Defense.

    Spot was previously only available for short-term lease under Boston DynamicsEarly Adopter Program, 그냥 150 robots utilized by businesses and research facilities.

    Boston Dynamics said it has sold several hundred Spot robots since going public, with the entry-level model costing around $75,000.

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