Meet CHARLI-2, Virginia Tech's skinny, five-foot tall humanoid robot. His balance is enviable: jostle him, and he'll right himself -- which is one of the reasons the Navy is using him for research on its firefighting robot of the future.
Amanda DeMatto, a writer for Gizmodo.com is working on a series called "Where the Magic Happens", she requested workshop pictures from the DIYdrones community and the result is a very interesting thread, take a look:
We heard back in September that the LS3 quadruped robot had gotten some nifty upgrades and was undergoing field trials with the military, and we've just gotten an update about how that's all been going. Short answer: quite well, but for a longer answer, we talked to DARPA.
UMARS – Unmanned Modular Airborne Research System, is a “research platform for near-ground atmospheric research,” according to its developers, IMES (Institut für Mechanische Systeme) and the ZAV ( Centre for Aviation and Transport Systems) in...
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