Watch This Anthropomorphic Robot Strut to 'Stayin' Alive'

Boston Dynamics' PETMAN robot gets the soundtrack it deserves from video editor Tim Trusler. 

Boston Dynamics' PETMAN robot finally gets the soundtrack it deserves from video editor Tim Trusler. PETMAN was developed to test "chemical protection clothing," so it can walk, crawl and perform "a variety of suit-stressing calisthenics during exposure to chemical warfare agents." No wonder the bot's got moves. 

Check out a slightly longer version of the video from Boston Dynamics, below: 

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For more videos from Tim Trusler, visit his YouTube channel

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