DAEJEON, South Korea (NBC/RTV) - Psy's wildly popular moves are being performed by a robot.
South Korean researchers have developed a robot that can learn human dance moves.
Hubo Two is created to have movements made to look realistic using motion-capture cameras that track a dancer's movements.
For example, no one can accuse this robot of being too stiff. His arms are flexible enough to do the famous lasso-swinging move.
The researchers said Google has ordered two units of the robot for about $40 million a piece.
The researchers are from the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.
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