Boston Dynamics Spot Me Up Robot Rolling Stones Music Video
The Rolling Stones and Boston Dynamics collaborated on a new music video, as a group of Spot robots imitate Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood to recreate a new modern version of the band’s iconic “Start Me Up” track from 1981, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this month. This partnership also marks the first time Boston Dynamics have recreated a music video in this fashion. Read more for the clip and additional information.



For those who don’t know, Hyundai Motor Group acquired Boston Dynamics back in June of this year, thus allowing each company to leverage each other’s respective strengths in manufacturing, logistics, construction and automation. Hyundai aims to create a robotics value chain, whether it be robot component manufacturing or smart logistics solutions, while still supporting Boston Dynamics’ continued expansion of its product line.

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By acquiring Boston Dynamics and securing a leading presence in the field of robotics, the [Hyundai] Group takes another major step toward its strategic transformation into a Smart Mobility Solution Provider. To propel this transformation, the Group has invested substantially in the development of future technologies, including autonomous driving, artificial intelligence (AI), Urban Air Mobility (UAM), smart factories and robots,” said Hyundai.