Flying Robotic Rockstar

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KMEL Engineering found a new function of flying robotic rockband, they play several instrumental songs, the project was presented last year during festival in the United States.

Flying Robotic Rockstar

Take a stab at assembling a ton of innovativeness, programming ability, driving innovation and some symbolic melodies. The execution result is a standout amongst the most abnormal groups that has ever performed: the "Flying Robot Rockstars".

A gathering of KMEL Robotics specialists discovered a fun new capacity to flying automatons and modified them to play a few instrumental melodies. They made the band "Flying Robot Rockstars" whose first execution is as of now on YouTube and is near to coming to one million perspectives.

The task was displayed amid a celebration in the United States last year."The hexrotors make music in ways never seen previously, such as playing a custom single string guitar snared to an electric guitar amp," the organization says. They additionally take note of that they had support from Intel and Lockheed Martin in uniting the band.

The music feature is right around four minutes in length and, truth be told, demonstrates the little robots flying around and tossing a very innovative show, making distinctive sounds and making music motivated by fantastic instrumental tracks. In their YouTube channel, these shrewd designers have different innovations with automatons, in the same way as one of them moving.

Source : YouTube/Lara Lopes


Band, Creativity, Instrumental Songs, Intel, Kmel Robotics, Lock Head Martin, Robotic, String Guitar

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