‘100 Robi’: Dwarf Japanese break-dancing robot army

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One hundred humanoid robots perform a synchronised dance routine in Tokyo on Monday. Each of the one hundred ‘Robi’ robots weighs just 1 kg (2.2 pounds) and stands 35 centimetres (1.1 foot) tall. The ‘100 Robi’ project was the brain child of Tomotaka Takahashi of Tokyo University. The synchronised dance lasted three minutes and went off without a hitch.

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‘100 Robi’: Dwarf Japanese break-dancing robot army
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