Robots from Massachusetts taught to jump over barriers - ForumDaily
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Massachusetts robots taught to jump over barriers


Engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have taught a cheetah robot to jump obstacles from a takeoff run. The robot jumps barriers to 45 centimeters high in 90 percent of cases.

The robot is equipped with a lidar - a system that determines the distance to the object and its height. After receiving this information, the machine calculates the optimal distance to the obstacle from which it will be convenient to jump over it, and then drives the motors in the cheetah's paws.

The creators of the robot expect that someday he will be able to run at the speed of a real cheetah. While it moves at a speed of 16 km / h. Soon the cheetah will be taught to run on uneven surfaces.

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