The Japanese company Create Robot Cheerleader

10 unique tiny robot can adjust the swaying beat of the music.

A Japanese electronics company, Murata Electronics introduced 10 robot cheerleader, cheerleaders or robots. 10 different robots that form tiny and can adapt to the beat of the music rocked. Senior Vice President of Murata Electronics, Yuichi Kojima told Reuters on Friday, December 26, 2014, describes the main purpose of this innovation is to inspire and support the next generation of innovators.

"We made this with the intention of encouraging children and young people dream to improve the technology in the future," said Kojima.

When demonstrated, tub the real show, the robot came out from behind the curtain of the stage and danced on media menyeimbakan gyroscope on a ball.

This robot also uses four infrared sensors and ultrasonic microphones to detect five objects, even in a dark room.
The company said it took more than two years to develop the robotic cheerleader. Murata electronic claims to have no plans to commercialize the robot.

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