A video of robot musicians performing on the streets of Edmonton, complete with dancers and onlookers, has gone viral.
The video, shot by YouTube member Paul Moran who came across the spectacle while walking down Whyte Avenue, shows a group of robot musicians called N3K Trio playing the music of Daft Punk, complete with happy robot dancers.
Moran described the performance on YouTube as a "casual robot invasion," with the group performing Daft Punk’s Giorgio by Moroder and Get Lucky.
The video of N3K Trio, which consist of a keyboard player, a guitarist and a drummer, has already garnered close to 75,000 views.
A comment on the video by art project Robot World, which organized the event, says the hour-long performance was one of several acts put on by the project.
"Robots were stretched along the block performing different various roles such as authority bots, fiddle bots, drunk bots, hooker bots & couples etc. The act as a whole is called Robot World," they said.
Band members of N3K Trio include Ross Nicoll, Connor Ellinger and Dean Kheroufi, according to their Facebook page.
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