A video featuring Sinic and his banding robots has gone viral in India, with millions watching it and sharing it on social media.
The video, called “Sinic’s Banding Machines,” shows Sinic, his band and his robot taking a selfie on the Sinic banding site.
The video has been viewed more than 6 million times and has gained more than 14 million views on YouTube.
It was created by Sinic who lives in New Delhi and made the video in a bid to spread the idea of robotics in India.
It was also his way of showing that Sinic is not alone.
His banding robot is made by Sinal.
“It’s a real story that has been happening in India and globally, but I wanted to put it on YouTube to show the world that there are a lot of people who can do it, and that it can be done,” Sinic told FoxNews.com.
“It’s about the love and the spirit and the passion of making music, and also about making the world a better place.”
While Sinic said the video is a simple and fun way to show how a banding robotic can help in a pinch, he said the message it conveys is about creating a better world.
“I think it’s important that people understand what robotics can do, and I think that’s something that has not been understood for a long time, especially in the robotics world,” he said.
The banding-robotic video has taken off in India after being uploaded to YouTube on Aug. 23.
It’s been viewed over 5.4 million times.
It has since been watched more than 9.2 million times on YouTube and generated more than 2 million views.
The creators also posted a message about why they chose to make it on the video.
“We wanted to do a video where we could talk about how a robot can be used for fun, to encourage people to make robots and to do it in an open way, and this is the result,” the video’s creators wrote.
“We wanted the video to be a reminder to all the people in India to understand robotics and to not be afraid to try and make something cool, and share it on their Facebook pages and on their YouTube channels.”
In India, robots are used for a variety of tasks.
In some cases, they can assist in certain industries, such as cleaning up sewage and cleaning roads.
In others, they help in certain medical procedures, such to detect diseases or diagnose ailments.
In the video, Sinic uses a banded robot to play a song on a drum machine.
He then uses a remote control to move a small piece of wood to form a band.
In a clip from the video above, Sinica uses a handheld radio to help him control the machine.
In another video, a robot is used to help guide a man to a wheelchair.
Sinic also uses a robot to help with a painting project.
A video from another Sinic video show the robot helping a man climb stairs, while in another, a man can be seen wearing a helmet to help protect himself.
Sinic also said that the video will go viral and that his banded robots will be used by many other people.
“As soon as I start seeing that, I’m going to use my banded, I will definitely use my robot banding to help other people,” Sini said.
“And also to give people a sense of pride.
Because this is a fun video.
We’re doing it for fun and we love making videos and we don’t care what the results are, because we’re happy with the results.”
Sinic, who was born in India but raised in America, said he hopes to continue to create videos to help people understand robotics.
“In the future, robots will help in the manufacturing industry and healthcare, and even the education sector,” he told Fox News.
“This is a great opportunity to give them a little bit of knowledge.”