We’ve seen plenty of Boston Dynamics’ Spot robot dog, but what about Atlas? Well, this humanoid robot faced off with its animal-like counterpart recently, and the result was a dance showdown. For those who don’t know, Atlas boasts one of the world’s most compact mobile hydraulic systems, consisting of custom motors, valves, and a compact hydraulic power unit that moves its 28 joints for impressive feats of mobility. Read more for the video and additional information.
Atlas’s advanced control system allows for highly diverse and agile locomotion, while algorithms process complex dynamic interactions involving the whole body as well as the environment to plan movements. Plus, the robot is ultra lightweight since it uses 3D printed parts to give it the strength-to-weight ratio necessary for leaps and somersaults.
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