Boston Dynamics’ Atlas is constructed of aircraft-grade aluminum and titanium, stands approximately 6-feet tall, weighs 330 pounds (150 kg), and is illuminated with blue LEDs. It’s equipped with two vision systems – a laser rangefinder and stereo cameras, both controlled by an onboard computer – and has hands with fine motor skill capabilities. Continue reading for a video and more information.

Its limbs possess a total of 28 degrees of freedom. Atlas can navigate rough terrain and climb independently using its arms and legs, although the 2013 prototype version was tethered to an outside power supply to maintain stability.

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