Watch Boston Dynamics’ Spot robot dance like Mick Jagger


The latest passing of Rolling Stones’ drummer Charlie Watts was a poignant reminder that the members that make up the legendary band are, in actual fact, mortal, and can sooner or later shuffle off this mortal coil.

In a world with out a dwelling and respiration Mick Jagger and co., the band might take to the stage once more within the type of holograms, a medium that admittedly splits opinion in the case of methods of retaining alive the reminiscence of late musicians.

Alternatively, Boston Dynamics’ robotic canine, Spot, might make an ideal Jagger substitute and even exchange your complete band, no less than in response to a brand new video shared by the robotics firm.

Launched to honor the 40th anniversary of the Stones’ 1981 album Tattoo You, the footage reveals Spot mirroring Jagger’s strikes within the video for Begin Me Up, a preferred monitor that appeared on the album.

Thirty seconds in and, as extra band members begin to seem within the body, so do extra Spots, each mirroring a distinct Stones member (although for some motive bassist Invoice Wyman will get disregarded).

The impact is mesmerizing and demonstrates Spot’s extraordinary versatility, in any case, few individuals can pout, prance, and parade fairly just like the Stones’ energetic entrance man.

This isn’t the primary time we’ve seen Spot strutting its stuff. Boston Dynamics has shared a number of movies in recent times displaying its dog-like robotic pulling strikes to totally different tracks that embrace Mark Ronson’s Uptown Funk that includes Bruno Mars, and IONIQ: I’m On It by Okay-pop sensation BTS.

Away from the dance ground, Boston Dynamics has been advertising Spot as a robotic resolution for a variety of industries, with the quadruped’s API and payload interfaces permitting it to be configured for various duties that embrace industrial inspection and mapping.

Ford is one such firm that has put Spot by its paces, utilizing the $75,000 robotic to map one in all its amenities, whereas Norwegian oil producer Aker BP deployed Spot for inspection work and knowledge gathering, amongst different actions.

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