Robots do pole dancing in open technology fair in Germany

The opening of the CeBIT technology fair in Germany, had an unusual scene with two robots doing pole dance for the visiting public on Monday (10).


Created by Tobit Software, machines the size of a human being were accompanied by a DJ robot that placed the song with the sensual dance. Shortly before the presentation at the fair, an engineer made the final adjustments to the robotic dance was perfect.

The robots were built with parts from old cars by Giles Walker and photographer since 2008 are presented in trade shows and technology are controlled by a computer. They appeared for the first time at CeBIT in 2012.

Who wants to hire robots for a particular show must pay 2500 pounds (nearly £ 10,000).