One more leap in robotics

in Proof of Brain10 months ago

One more leap in robotics



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In recent years, four-legged robots inspired by the movement of cheetahs and other animals have made great strides forward, but they still lag behind their mammalian counterparts when it comes to traveling through a rapidly changing landscape. elevation.



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MIT engineers installed the new system on the robot dubbed the mini cheetah that allows it to jump through gaps in the terrain according to an MIT press release, the system is based on a real-time video sensor that detects potential obstacles. like gaps and holes and translates it into instructions on how the cheetah should react.



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The mini cheetah's vision system focuses on the depth of the incoming terrain by feeding a neural network that delivers a target trajectory to a controller that manages the 12 joints of the robot, although the researchers were able to demonstrate that their control scheme works in a laboratory. You still have a long way to go before you can implement the system in the real world.





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