Students of university of Melbourne set up a new world record: they held the most mass action on simultaneous execution so-called "robot dance". The main feature of this version of dancing art is the most exact copying of movements of robots.
As reports AFP, record dance was executed by 318 people. Thus, Australians beat the previous achievement on the "robodances", belonging to students of university of the British Kent County - they involved in an action of 276 people.
The new record was registered on Tuesday, September 29. As notes agency, it was succeeded to record achievement only from the second attempt - some of participants of the action decided to refuse dance execution as they were confused by special attention to the events.
The student's group "Robogals" which main objective is attraction became initiators of carrying out dancing performance as it is possible bigger number of women to studying of the theory of computing systems.