This break dancing robot is proof that robots can be programmed to do just about anything. Called the MANOI PF01, this robot knows how to work the dance floor.
Priced at $1500, he is 40 inches tall.
Impressively, he can even go from a headstand into the splits. Wow! I've see a lot of break dancers and I'm pretty sure that none of them could do that.
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