Watch Robot Drones Perform A Concert

Posted: Apr 25 2014, 11:39am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 25 2014, 2:19pm CDT, in Also on the Geek Mind


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The flying robots are almost set to explode the internet

Watch as these robots take on famous tunes and use keyboards, drums, bells and slide guitars without missing a beat.

How would you all like it if you could actually attend a concert of the robots? Well, it seems as if the time has come when the robots could actually be made to do anything - yes "anything" at all. A YouTube video features a team of flying robots which become maestros and it shows six-rotor drones performing epic renditions of popular songs and wait till you hear the most surprising bit; they were making use of keyboards, drums, bells and slide guitars without missing out on any beat or note.

This team of rockstar robots have rightly become the “Flying Robot Rockstars” and you can see in the video that they have smoothly tackled with tunes like ”Also Sprach Zarathustra” (famously used in Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey”) and “Carol of the Bells.”

These robots are a product of the masterminds at KMel Robotics and they have been programmed to the very last millimeter and are controlled by a remote computer acting as their digital conductor. One comment from a Youtube user makes perfect sense as he said that these robots are going to explode the internet. Who would have thought that they would one day be going to attend a concernt played by robots entirely? These rockstar robots are going to perform live at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C. the weekend of April 26-27.

Enjoy the video below!

source: dailycaller

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