IHMC robotics

A Novel Mechanical Design can Balance Bipedal Robots Without using Computer Brain and Sensors

A Novel Mechanical Design can Balance Bipedal Robots Without using Computer Brain and Sensors

May 3, 2017 @ 20:21 |  A bipedal robot, called Planar Elliptical Runner doesn’t need orientation sensors and computer brain to balance itself, its mechanical design is sufficient to provide dynamic stability as it runs. Inspired by Ostrich, Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC) researchers have developed a bipedal robot, called Planar Elliptical Runner. In this project, the […]

Minds behind the Intelligence

Minds behind the Intelligence

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), USA successfully conducted the mega event of Robotics Challenge. Lots of team around the globe participated in DRC trails and 25 team selected for final. After years of research and development, a day of rehearsal and two full days of head-to-head competition in front of thousands of spectators the […]

South Korean Team, KAIST wins the DARPA Robot Challenge

South Korean Team, KAIST wins the DARPA Robot Challenge

Jun 7, 2015 @ 10:56 |  Out of 25 teams, South Korean KAIST team wins the DARPA Robotics challenge final. KAIST team’s robot, HUBO stands for “HUmanoid roBOt” completed all the given tasks in shortest time compare to its competitors. KAIST team scored  8 points in 44:28 minutes, The other two teams, IHMC Robotics and TARTAN […]