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Atlas - The Agile Anthropomorphic Robot
 
  Atlas is a high mobility, humanoid robot designed to negotiate outdoor, rough terrain. Atlas can walk bipedally leaving the upper limbs free to lift, carry, and manipulate the environment. In extremely challenging terrain, Atlas is strong and coordinated enough to climb using hands and feet, to pick its way through congested spaces.  
     
     
   
 
3D printed spider robot
 
  T8 is a bio-inspired high resolution 3D printed robot that uses a total of 26 servo motors. It is powered by the Bigfoot™ Inverse Kinematics Engine.  
     
     
   
 
DRC-HUBO Team
 
  Hubo is a complete full-size humanoid. Its form and function are suited for all 8 events of the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC). Photos on right show Hubo manually configured into poses for the notional events.  
     
     
   
 
Boston Dynamics - PETMAN
 
  PETMAN is an anthropomorphic robot designed for testing chemical protection clothing. Natural agile movement is essential for PETMAN to simulate how a soldier stresses protective clothing under realistic conditions.  
     
     
   
 
B-9
 
  B-9 From Lost-in-Space  
     
     
   
 
This Russian robot shoots guns
 
  A Russian official posted a video on his Facebook page of FEDOR, a humanoid robot being worked on by the Russian Foundation for Advanced Research Projects. It''s shown using tools, driving a car and shooting guns at targets.Source: CNNMoney  
     
     
   
 
Cassie legged robot
 
  Agility Robotics designs and builds truly exciting machines in an excellent place to work and live. We are building a team of ambitious engineers who strive for excellence: amazing robots can only come from the most talented people, working together, having fun, and aiming high. This is the place to show what you can do.  
     
     
   
 
asimo
 
  Honda engineers created ASIMO with 34 Degrees of Freedom that help it walk and perform tasks much like a human. One Degree of Freedom is the ability to move right and left or up and down. These degrees of freedom act much like human joints for optimum movement and flexibility. Lightweight materials, like a magnesium alloy structure, combined with powerful computers and 34 servo motors throughout its body help ASIMO move smoothly with ease.  
     
 

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