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boston dynamics' atlas drc unplugged.- Another offering from the genius minds at Boston Dynamics. The overall form and shape here are the things that I really took from this, not all the small details of joints and whatnot.

Upgraded Atlas Robot to Go Wireless as the Stakes Are Raised for the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals

Boston Dynamics LS3: The Mechanized Follower

Darpa’s Legged Squad support system to lighten troops’ load

DARPA Selects Boston Dynamics' Humanoid for Robotics Challenge: to build a humanoid robot that "is expected to have two arms, two legs, a torso and a head, and will be physically capable of performing all of the tasks required for disaster response scenarios"

Atlas - Boston Dynamics' newest humanoid robot, selected as the base platform for the DARPA Robotics Challenge

Boston Dynamics BigDog Robot Illustration -

Cutaway illustration of Boston Dynamics’ quadruped robot, BigDog showing internal components.

See More Big Dogs Wagging Their Big Tails Here

Boston Dynamics has released a prototype of an all-terrain robot, BigDog. The quadruped robot is equipped with a computer featuring sensors that aid its movements over harsh terrain. The robot is powered by a gasoline engine .

The Googlebot cuts the cord: Giant humanoid robot overhauled and made wireless in bid to win $2m prize in US Government's 'Robot Olympics'  | The Atlas robot created by Google-owned firm Boston Dynamics is a formidable figure at 6ft 2in tall and weighing in at 330lb. The robot boasts 28 hydraulically actuated joints and stereo vision, and is one of the most advanced robots ever created. Atlas will also now carry an onboard 3.7-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack.

The Googlebot: Atlas robot overhauled to win $2m 'Robot Olympics'

Boston Dynamics Announces New “WildCat” Quadruped | WildCat is a four-legged robot being developed to run fast on all types of terrain. So far WildCat has run at about 16 mph on flat terrain using bounding and galloping gaits. The video shows WildCat’s best performance so far. WildCat is being developed by Boston Dynamics with funding from DARPA‘s M3 program.

Boston Dynamics Announces New "WildCat" Quadruped, Military Robot, Futuristic Technology

Boston Dynamics' dog Spot meets Andy Rubin's dog Alex

Spot the Four-Legged Boston Dynamics Robot Teases a Confused Dog in a Parking Lot

DARPA Selects Boston Dynamics' Humanoid for Robotics Challenge (UPDATED)

The official hardware platform for the DARPA Robotics Challenge will be a derivative of Boston Dynamics' PETMAN/ATLAS robot

Boston Dynamics: Dedicated to the Science and Art of How Things Move.

Littledog: The Robot Dog That Can Cross Many Obstacles Without Difficulty (Video)