KUKA robots have been used in many show industries, from the film industry to stage and event technology to music shows, to create different effects that captivate audiences. They recently performed a robot DJ show that captivated every music lover who witnessed this fast-paced staged show.
Six degrees of freedom (dofs) guarantee realistic motion sequences, allowing KUKA’s partners to utilize these robots and create action shows to captivate and entertain audiences.
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In these shows, the KUKA robots combine entertainment with robotics to create technical precision and aesthetics.
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