The world’s 1st Cheerleading robots

As reported by Wall Street Journal,

Murata Manufacturing Co., a Japanese maker of parts for smartphones and other electronics, has introduced what it describes as the world’s first cheerleading robots.

The robots, which Murata showed off Thursday, balance on balls to move around and wave plastic pompons in the air. Gyro sensors inside the robots allow them to stay upright while moving. At a demonstration in Tokyo, a troupe of 10 of the robots moved around in unison to form circles, squares and heart formations, to the bouncy accompaniment of J-pop music.

Is that the solution to the recent NFL Buffalo Bills opening game without their cheerleading team ?

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