It may look like a robot army preparing for an assault, but rest assured, these bots are just for boogying.

Someone in China recently had an idea to attempt a world record for most robots dancing simultaneously.

If you think that’s an odd thing to try, then bear in mind that Guinness World Records also has listings for the heaviest weight lifted with an eye socket (16.2 kg), the fastest 100-hundred-meter-hurdle run wearing fins (14.82 seconds), and the most nails hammered with the human head in two minutes (38).

Best you don’t try that last one at home.

The dancing robot record seems tame in comparison, but Guangzhou-based WL Intelligent Tech clearly felt it’d be an excellent way to bring some attention to its “Dobi” humanoid robot.

And it was absolutely right.

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