The record breaking robot that teaches humans how to play table tennis. Whether you've got the stretchiest skin, know the world's smallest dog or want to create the largest human dominoes chain we want to hear about it. Here on the Guinness World Records YouTube channel we want to showcase incredible talent.
The most robots dancing simultaneously is 1,069 and was achieved by WL Intelligent Technology Co, Ltd in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. The robots were Dobi models who along with being programmed to dance can also sing, box, play football and execute kung fu moves. The robot display broke the previous record of 1,007, achieved by Ever Win Company & Ltd. in 2017 Subscribe for more: http://bit.ly/subscribetoGWR Welcome to the official Guinness World Records YouTube channel! Add us to your G circles: http://www.google.com/
A robot designed by a German engineer has set a new world record for completing a Rubik's Cube, Guinness World Records has confirmed. The Sub 1 Reloaded robot, which is the brainchild of engineer Albert Beer, solved the famous puzzle in a mind-boggling 0.637 seconds, beating the prior record of 0.887 seconds. The robot, which harnesses a processor from chipmaker Infineon Technologies, used its six mechanical arms to complete the Cube in 21 moves during its record attempt last year. The machine received two pictures of the cube, identified the color of each piece and then calculated a solution by using a Two-Phase Algorithm devised by Herbert Kociemba. The solution was then passed on to the Infineon processor, which orchestrated the moves.
A cat with a tail almost half a metre long and a rabbit that can play basketball are just some of the animals that have bagged a world record title. Their achievements have been celebrated in the first ever dedicated animal Guinness World Records book - Guinness World Records: Amazing Animals. Neo is owned by Stephen Bailey, 36, who bought the border collie from a local farm when he was eight weeks old. When did you recognise Neo's talent? We took part in agility competitions and then I posted a video of him on YouTube showing off his skills and one of the moves he performs is similar to the 10-hoop slalom.
Ehang, the personal drone we all drooled over at CES in January, announced a partnership with a 3D-printed tissue company that may be more aspirational than real, but would be incredible if it really happens. And Moog, the synthesizer company, put out an iPad app that recreates the real thing for 30 instead of the thousands the real hardware would cost you. Guinness World Records just recorded something every medical nerd would appreciate. As always, please share any great tech or science videos you find by using the #ICYMI hashtag on Twitter for @mskerryd.