Chinese company breaks world record for dancing robots to showcase encryption tech

Records are meant to be broken and recently in a China another one fell as the Ever Win Company became the owner of the Guinness World Record for Most Robots Dancing Simultaneously.

The record was broken by an army of 1007 robots all named QRC-2. The previous record was set in April by a Chinese company who had only used 540 dancing robots.  

The company said that the all robots were operated by one single smartphone and that the event was done to publicize their advancement in encryption technology which they say reduces interference from Bluetooth and wireless devices.

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