The biped robot can not only go through the fire, but also use the scooter.

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 The biped robot can not only go through the fire, but also use the scooter.


NetEase (NetEase) news April 26th, according to foreign media reports, a bipedal robot platform developed by Jesse Glitz M (JessyGrizzle), a robotics scientist at Michigan University, can not only cross the fire field, but also use a scooter, which helps us create a real automatic fire fighting robot. The advantages of the robot are: first, they will never feel tired; second, they can lift very heavy things; third, they can easily cross the fire field. At present, the Robotics Laboratory at Michigan University is studying this robot in Jesse Glitz Ms laboratory, JessyGrizzle. In particular, Grizzls research and development is a remote - controlled bipedal robot named cassia Cassie, which is being used by robotics experts to grasp the motion features of bipedal robots. So grizzle not only lets Kathy walk in the fire: he is trying other extreme cases, such as the use of Segway scooters. These experiments may seem silly, but they are also a good way to test robots and understand their limitations in extreme cases. Grizzle openly shared his research results, allowing researchers to load their own biped robot motion codes. #endText.video-infoa{text-decoration:none; color:#000;}#endText.video-infoa:hover{color:#d34747;}#endText.video-listli{overflow:hidden; float:left; list-style:none; width:132px; height:118px; position:relative; margin:8px3px0px0px; margin:8px3px0px0px; #endText.video-lista:visited{text-decoration:none; #endText.video-lista:visited{text-decoration:none; Or:#fff;}#endText.video-list.overlay{text-align:left; padding:0px6px; background-color:#313131; font-size:12px; width:120px; position:absolute; bottom:0px; left:0px; height:26px; line-height:26px; overflow:hidden; : 20px; height:20px; background:url (http://img1.cache.netease.com/video/img14/zhuzhan/play.png); position:absolute; right:12px; top:62px; opacity:0.7; color:#fff; filter:alpha (opacity=70); _background:none; 14/zhuzhan/play.png );}#endText.video-lista:hover.play{opacity:1; filter:alpha (opacity=100); _filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader (src= http://img1.cache.netease.com/video/img14/zhuzhan/play.png );}if (/ (iPhone|iPad|iPod|Android|NETEASEBOBO|blackberry|bbd+) /ig.test (navigator.user) Agent) ||/safari|chrome|firefox/i.test (navigator.userAgent) &&navigator.plugins&&! Navigator.plugins[ShockwaveFlash]) {varstr1= your browser is temporarily unable to play this video.; document.getElementById ( FPlayer1404863609673 ).ParentNode.innerHTML=str1+str2;} the bipedal robot crosses the fire field (source: NetEase technology channel) window.NTES&&f Unction (d) {varf=function (c) {varb=c.getAttribute (flashvars), a=c.getAttribute (repovideourl).Replace (.Flv, -mobile.mp4). Y= high wmode= opaque width= 100% height= 100% type= application/x-shockwave-flash / > ; if (/ (iPhone|iPad|iPod|Android|NETEASEBOBO|blackberry|bbd+) /ig.test (navigator.userAgent)) Cannot play this video.;}h.$(.Video) [0].innerHTML=g;}, e=function (b) {vara=d (b.parentNode.parentNode.parentNode); a.$(Li).RemoveCss (on). 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I think this is an interesting demonstration of bringing robots out of the lab and bringing them into the real world, says Aaron Ames, a California Institute of Technology expert at the California Institute of Technology who uses the biped robot movement. The goal is to create a robot that performs a useful task and makes humans free from harm. We still have a long way to go from automated fire fighting robots, but todays robots and the recently developed dynamic walking control algorithms have taken an important step in this direction. #endText.video-infoa{text-decoration:none; color:#000;}#endText.video-infoa:hover{color:#d34747;}#endText.video-listli{overflow:hidden; float:left; list-style:none; width:132px; height:118px; position:relative; margin:8px3px0px0px; margin:8px3px0px0px; #endText.video-lista:visited{text-decoration:none; #endText.video-lista:visited{text-decoration:none; Or:#fff;}#endText.video-list.overlay{text-align:left; padding:0px6px; background-color:#313131; font-size:12px; width:120px; position:absolute; bottom:0px; left:0px; height:26px; line-height:26px; overflow:hidden; : 20px; height:20px; background:url (http://img1.cache.netease.com/video/img14/zhuzhan/play.png); position:absolute; right:12px; top:62px; opacity:0.7; color:#fff; filter:alpha (opacity=70); _background:none; 14/zhuzhan/play.png );}#endText.video-lista:hover.play{opacity:1; filter:alpha (opacity=100); _filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader (src= http://img1.cache.netease.com/video/img14/zhuzhan/play.png );}if (/ (iPhone|iPad|iPod|Android|NETEASEBOBO|blackberry|bbd+) /ig.test (navigator.user) Agent) ||/safari|chrome|firefox/i.test (navigator.userAgent) &&navigator.plugins&&! Navigator.plugins[ShockwaveFlash]) {varstr1= your browser is temporarily unable to play this video.; document.getElementById ( FPlayer1404863609673 ).ParentNode.innerHTML=str1+str2;} robot to use the scooter (source: NetEase technology channel) window.NTES&&func Tion (d) {varf=function (c) {varb=c.getAttribute (flashvars), a=c.getAttribute (repovideourl).Replace (.Flv, -mobile.mp4). High wmode= opaque width= 100% height= 100% type= application/x-shockwave-flash / >; if (/ (iPhone|iPad|iPod|Android|NETEASEBOBO|blackberry|bbd+) /ig.test (navigator.userAgent)) {g= > your browser temporarily. Unable to play this video.;}h.$(.Video) [0].innerHTML=g;}, e=function (b) {vara=d (b.parentNode.parentNode.parentNode); a.$(Li).RemoveCss (on). Attribute (URL)), a.$(.Video-from) [0].innerHTML= (source: +b.getAttribute (source) + ), f (b); window.continuePlay=function () {vara, b=d. (d (.Video-listli) [0]) {d (d (.Video-listli) [0]).AddCss (on), this.eventBind (); eventBind:function {d (),};};};};};};}; Robots use scooters (source: NetEase science and technology channel) Besides, why should we study how to use a Segway scooter for a biped robot? Similarly, this is also to enable the platform to adapt to extreme applications. We are developing all the infrastructure, and then for all the researchers to publish all of our mathematics is open source, Grizzl, others get our results, can also be confirmed from our video, so it is confident to continue to implement all kinds of functions. In this way, if a researcher really wants to put their robots in a crowded area, they know that it can use the Segway scooter like humans: keep the center of gravity on the scooter by keeping it upright, and then speed up or reduce speed by tilting forward or backward. In addition, unlike humans, Cassie will not jump down the scooter for fear. Now, you may have seen Boston power company Atlas Atlas robot can do backflips, and consider it to be more Bikaxi. But in fact, Atlas also has its shortcomings: its hydraulic transmission mechanism is very strong, but it is huge. In contrast, Kathy uses a more slender electronic design. Therefore, although Atlas may explode strong power under special circumstances, Casey may move smarter in crowded space. Researchers like grizzle are gradually making Cassie move faster, or better handle uneven terrain, or climb up the steps. This will undoubtedly help build a biped robot that can walk confidently in reality. (Han Bing) source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 Besides, why should we study how to use a Segway scooter for a biped robot? Similarly, this is also to enable the platform to adapt to extreme applications. We are developing all the infrastructure, and then for all the researchers to publish all of our mathematics is open source, Grizzl, others get our results, can also be confirmed from our video, so it is confident to continue to implement all kinds of functions. In this way, if a researcher really wants to put their robots in a crowded area, they know that it can use the Segway scooter like humans: keep the center of gravity on the scooter by keeping it upright, and then speed up or reduce speed by tilting forward or backward. In addition, unlike humans, Cassie will not jump down the scooter for fear. Now, you may have seen Boston power company Atlas Atlas robot can do backflips, and consider it to be more Bikaxi. But in fact, Atlas also has its shortcomings: its hydraulic transmission mechanism is very strong, but it is huge. In contrast, Kathy uses a more slender electronic design. Therefore, although Atlas may explode strong power under special circumstances, Casey may move smarter in crowded space. Researchers like grizzle are gradually making Cassie move faster, or better handle uneven terrain, or climb up the steps. This will undoubtedly help build a biped robot that can walk confidently in reality. (Han ice)