Watch frolicking WITH ‘s’ mini-Cheetah ” of robots, traps, flip and play football together
WITH bionics, robotics Department took a whole herd of its new “mini cheetah’ robot for a group demonstration on the campus, recently, and the result is a charming, evocative representation of the current state of robotic technology in action.
The students of the school, coordination of the measures of the 9 the dog-size robot runs through a number of activities, including coordinated movements, somersault, jumped up in slow motion under a heap of autumn leaves, and to even play football.
The mini cheetah weights only 20 lbs, and its design a team of robots was revealed for the first time at the beginning of this year-developers are working WITH the Department of Mechanical Engineering. The mini cheetah is a shrunk-to-produce-down version of the Cheetah 3, much larger and more expensive robots, the much less light on his feet, and not quite so customizable.
The mini cheetah part is specifically for the Lego-like Assembly with off-the-shelf, as well as durability and relatively low cost. You can walk to both right-side-up and tap the head, and his most impressive ability is the way to manage a complete backflip from a stand-still. It can also run with a speed of up to 5 miles per hour.
researchers are working on the robot to build a team of them after the Demonstration that the first version back in may, and work well with other teams and WITH loans they for more research.
Published mon, 09 Nov 2019 14:31:21 +0000