World's First Robot Pop Star That Can Really Dance
We now have our very first robot pop star. HRP-4C also known as divabot is the World’s first Robot Pop star. She is capable of sing and dancing at the same time. She can even make sure she is in sync with her background dancers. Aside for its huge hands and silver prosthetic legs, divabot’s moves are pretty good.
Developed by Japan’s institute of Advance Industrial Science and Technology, divabot uses a special software to interpret a singer performer movements along with Yamaha’s Vocaloid software for the voice. Masataka Goto, who is the head of the institute’s interactive media group hope these robots could entertain industries one day.
Check out one of divabot’s performance at a Digital Content Expo.
HRP-4C Dance 1/2
by Eric Ansah