Last week, the greatest dancers of the biped robot world assembled to battle on the dance floor.
As part of the 6th ROBO-ONE GATE competition, biped robots learned and performed routines in front of a live audience. That lead robot from the Doka Project? She didn't win. Instead, second place went to this guy from Black Tiger Neo, performing Thriller:
(Disregard the fact that Thriller is not a 1:1 choreographic interpretation.)
And the winner was Ryuki Ⅱ, performing Joyful, Ikimonogakari.
Personally, I think those big feet are cheating, but picking on any of these robots feels like jeering a preschool dance recital. See more entrants at: [Biped Robot News via HackaDay]