Georgia Tech outfits its humanoid walking robot with some fancy new kicks

 Human locomotion has traditionally been a tough nut for roboticists to crack, but the team at Georgia Institute of Technology looks to be doing so in stride with the DURUS, a humanoid (or, rather, three-quarters of a humanoid) ‘bot that has taken to the AMBER Lab’s treadmill like a robotic fish to water. DURUS replicates human walking in a manner much more accurate than past… Read More


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