“Atlas interacts with objects and modifies its course to reach its target, setting new limits in movement, perception and athleticism,” comments Boston Dynamics.
Forget the unwieldy robots of the movies and TV series of previous decades. In an impressive, but also terrifying for the future, video her humanoid robot Atlas Boston Dynamics exhibits unique flexibility surpassing man.
Atlas lifts and moves objects of different sizes, materials and weights effortlessly and with seemingly excellent reflexes, and in the finale of the demonstration performs a 540-degree, multi-axis flip!
Boston Dynamics emphasizes that this particular somersault is a much more complex and difficult skill than previous parkour moves by other robots.
“Atlas interacts with objects and modifies its course to reach its goalsetting new boundaries in movement, perception and athleticism,” comments Boston Dynamics.
Atlas is 1.52 meters tall, weighs 86 kg, has 28 hydraulic joints and battery-operated electric motors for movement and 3 embedded processors.
It’s designed to be used as a research and development tool, and the team behind it is constantly trying to push the limits of its mobility. The robot is not available in the market.
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