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Corridor Demonstrates Bosstown Dynamics’ Robot

Are you ready for the new wave of advanced robots? How many of you remember the famous video from Corridor, where they showcased Bosstown Dynamics’ robots taking abuse from humans and then finally standing up for themselves?

Well, you are in luck because they just came up with a new video that will either have you laughing or wincing really hard. What you are about to observe is a life-sized robot getting harassed by humans and still not shooting them using live ammunition.

Corridor Demonstrates Bosstown Dynamics’ Robot

The amazing parody video comes from Corridor, wherein the famous YouTube channel re-enacts Boston Dynamics’ robot promotional videos in a humorous manner. The short film also demonstrates the skill level of the people who are behind the Corridor YouTube channel. The video shows a man-sized fighting robot that has been trained thoroughly. The robot is not allowed to shoot humans and can only fire at inanimate objects. The Corridor crew is determined to put the robot’s training to test.

The robot is holding guns with live ammunition and is ready to shoot at its target when the crew members push, kick, and shove the robot. They do use spades and the soles of their boots. Despite the fact that the robot flails and, at times, even falls down, it remains on target nonetheless and continues to hit the bullseye every single time. You can see the robot getting more and more irritated and frustrated at the human crew members, but since it has been programmed not to attack or shoot human beings, it takes its frustration out by shooting at inanimate targets.

Corridor Demonstrates Bosstown Dynamics’ Robot

Crew members of the Corridor event stand next to targets while being immobile and matching the size and outfits of the dummies. However, the robot who is holding a gun moves from the human to the target and only shoots at the inanimate targets. The ending of the video has a hilarious twist, as well! Check out the video below and let us know what you think of it!

Note: This is not actual footage but rather a demonstration of editing skills that the Corridor team possesses.

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