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Could we see a robotic at the Olympics in the future?


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Keep your medals, Simone Biles. On Tuesday, Boston Characteristics published a brand-new video of its robotic, Atlas, flaunting some gymnastic abilities. Atlas, the nearly 5-foot robotic, finishes a series of somersaults, leaps, twists and a handstand prior to sticking the landing. On its website, Boston Characteristics associates Atlas’ series of movement to the robotic’s 28 hydraulic joints.

” Then Atlas tracks the movements utilizing a design predictive controller that efficiently mixes from one maneuver to the next,” Boston Characteristics stated in the video description. “Utilizing this technique, we established the regular substantially faster than previous Atlas regimens, with an efficiency success rate of about 80%.”

Boston Characteristics didn’t right away react to an ask for remark.

Naturally, Atlas isn’t the only robotic that Boston Characteristics makes The Area robotic, which is now on sale for early adopters, has actually been including accomplishment after outstanding accomplishment to its resume. The little robotic pet dog can pull a truck with its good friends, and twerk


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