SO YOU THINK YOUR ROBOT CAN DANCE: World Record Attempt at Macquarie University Sydney
Macquarie ICT Innovations Centre invites people of all ages to bring their robots to a huge dance party at Macquarie University on the 25th October. Together we will be attempted to create a world record for the most robots programmed to move and dance to a piece of music.
We will fill the newly renovated MQ Atrium with robots and broadcast the event LIVE! online. If you or anyone you know can program a robot to move to music then please join us. Robots of any design, origin or colour are welcome to step up to the challenge. If you would like have your robot participate in a Robot Dance Boot Camp where it will learn to shake and shimmy then book in to one of our workshops. Don’t forget you can participate online if you can’t make it to the event.
Registration: attendance is free but spaces may be limited due to space restrictions
Posted on August 17, 2011, in So You Think Your Robot Can Dance Event, The Rat Daily and tagged Australia, Competitive dance, Macquarie University, New South Wales, Robot, robotics. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.