MIT’s back-tumbling robot

The Mini Cheetah, a four-legged walking robot under development by MIT, shows a very agile movement. Back-dumbbling So you can jump over backwards. This quadruped walking robot that is backbombed is the first explanation that the mini-cheetah is the world’s first.

The mini-cheetah can run at a speed of 9 km / h, and can even stand by itself if it falls. However, this robot is still under development. Unlike the SPOT MINI in Boston Robotics, it is not made for a specific application because it was made as a simple research project. But if you can show such agile movements as good mechanical movements, they may play a role in evolving into a future pet. For more information, please click here .



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