Robotic cheetah moves almost as efficiently as the real thing
The fastest land animal on Earth, the cheetah, has inspired a number of swift-footed robots. The latest has cropped up at the University of Twente, where doctoral candidate Geert Folkertsma has spent four years developing a scale robotic cheetah that is not only capable of replicating many of the real animal's movements, but in doing so uses only 15 percent more energy than the real thing... Continue Reading Robotic cheetah moves almost as efficiently as the real thing Category: Robotics Tags: Robotics University of Twente Related Articles: Robotic needle can be steered through tissue Chemically-powered, autonomous Octopus could spawn a new generation of soft robots Bridging the gap between science and fiction: The year in robots Spring-heeled hopper performs robotic parkour Robo-Mate exoskeleton aims
The fastest land animal on Earth, the cheetah, has inspired a number of swift-footed robots. The latest has cropped up at the University of Twente, where doctoral candidate Geert Folkertsma ...
Wed 19 Apr 17 from Gizmag
University of Twente researcher Geert Folkertsma has developed a prototype cheetah robot. Folkertsma has dedicated four years of research and development to constructing a scaled-down robotic ...
Wed 19 Apr 17 from Phys.org
Researcher creates robotic cheetah , Wed 19 Apr 17 from AlphaGalileo
The University of Twente pulled inspiration from Cheetah to create an energy efficient robot. The team believes that this design can produce more elegant moving machines in the future. ...
Thu 20 Apr 17 from Daily Mail
PhD student Geert Folkertsma at the University of Twente has built a robotic cheetah that he hopes can help optimise the robots of the future
Thu 20 Apr 17 from Techradar
Engineers have developed a prototype cheetah robot. They have constructed a scaled-down robotic version of the fastest land animal in the world, with a view to replicating its movements. Relatively ...
Wed 19 Apr 17 from ScienceDaily
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