Developed by MIT student Peter Dilworth, this biped robot — inspired by the actual Troodon dinosaur — “was meant to roam freely in museums to get people interested in science.” Video after the jump. Here’s what Mark Wilson of Gizmodo has to say:

Six years in development, Troody can walk, sit and run. (This video mostly shows walking.). 1.5 feet tall and 4.2 feet long. And if that didn’t work, Troody would be equipped with lasers and subsequently take over the world…slowly

[via Gizmodo]

Developed by MIT student Peter Dilworth, this biped robot — inspired by the actual Troodon dinosaur — “was meant to roam freely in museums to get people interested in science.” Video after the jump. Here’s what Mark Wilson of Gizmodo has to say:

Six years in development, Troody can walk, sit and run. (This video mostly shows walking.). 1.5 feet tall and 4.2 feet long. And if that didn’t work, Troody would be equipped with lasers and subsequently take over the world…slowly

[via Gizmodo]