This robot adjusts the length of its legs when stepping from grass to concrete
AlphaGalileo, Other, 16/03/2021
This is the first quadruped robot that is able to automatically adapt its morphology to different conditions in unstructured outdoor environments. The four-legged robot Dyret can adjust the length of its legs to adapt the body to the surface. […] Then Nygaard spent half a year with other robot researchers at The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Australia, where they specialize in testing self-learning robots outdoors.
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