Game lets you control Boston Dynamics’ robot dog and shoot paintballs with it

Game lets you control Boston Dynamics' robot dog and shoot paintballs with it

You may have heard of Spot, the robot dog made by robotics company Boston Dynamics. While Spot was designed to help humans, the reality of a metal hound — that can walk lockstep in an army of their robotic brothers, no less — is terrifying. Regardless, capitalism has prevailed and last summer, Boston Dynamics made Spot available for sale at the low, low price of $75,000.

MSCHF, the group behind viral stunts like Finger On The App and Walt’s Kitchen, decided to buy a Spot. Naturally, they attached a paintball gun to their metal pup, plopped him in an art gallery with shootable and climbable objects, and created a game: Spot’s Rampage. Read more…

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