After 11 years, Boston Dynamics is saying goodbye to the humanoid robot Atlas, which was known for its dance sequences and impressive jumps. In a video posted on YouTube, the robotics company says it’s time for its hydraulic robot to relax and retire.

Boston Dynamics created Atlas in 2013 as part of a Department of Defense competition. In its first iteration, Atlas was six feet, two inches tall and weighed 330 pounds. Boston Dynamics continued to tweak Atlas’ design over the years, and during that time we’ve seen the robot learn to jump and spin and even throw tool boxes.

It´s not surprising, that Boston Dynamics decided to ditch the bipedal robot as it doesn’t sell Atlas to commercial customers like its dog-like robot Spot and warehouse worker Stretch.

Source: Boston Dynamics