More than a thousand robots performed a choreographed dance routine together to set a world record in China.
The 1,069 “Dobi” robots, produced by WL Intelligent Technology Co. Ltd, completed the synchronized performance in Guangzhou, Guangdong, to claim the Guinness World Record for “Most robots dancing simultaneously.”
A few of the robots accidentally toppled over during the performance and were deducted from the final total.
All of the robots were programmed via a singular group control system and are able to talk, do Tai Chi and perform several other actions in addition to dancing.
WL Intelligent Technology topped the record of 1,007 dancing robots, previously held by fellow Chinese company Ever Win Company & Ltd.
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