Boston Dynamics Atlas Robot Traverses Forest

By Caroline Rees / 18 Aug 2015

The Boston Dynamics Atlas humanoid robot successfully traversing a forest.

The 6ft 2in tall, 330lb robot has been designed to negotiate rough terrain, walking bipedally and leaving the upper limbs free to lift, carry, and manipulate the environment. Atlas includes 28 hydraulically-actuated degrees of freedom, two hands, arms, legs, feet and a torso. An articulated sensor head includes stereo cameras and a laser range finder.

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