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Darpa Cheetah Sets Speed Record For Legged Robots

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  1. The body is Rottweiler-sized, segmented into overlapping hard plates like those of a rhinoceros. The legs are long, curled way up to deliver power, like a cheetah’s. It must be the tail that makes people refer to it as a Rat Thing, because that’s the only ratlike part – incredibly long and flexible.

    The grass under the Rat Thing is beginning to smoke…

    „How do you turn it off?“

    „You don’t.“

    — Neal Stephenson, „Snow Crash“

  2. The body is Rottweiler-sized, segmented into overlapping hard plates like those of a rhinoceros. The legs are long, curled way up to deliver power, like a cheetah’s. It must be the tail that makes people refer to it as a Rat Thing, because that’s the only ratlike part – incredibly long and flexible.

    The grass under the Rat Thing is beginning to smoke…

    „How do you turn it off?“

    „You don’t.“

    — Neal Stephenson, „Snow Crash“

  3. The body is Rottweiler-sized, segmented into overlapping hard plates like those of a rhinoceros. The legs are long, curled way up to deliver power, like a cheetah’s. It must be the tail that makes people refer to it as a Rat Thing, because that’s the only ratlike part – incredibly long and flexible.

    The grass under the Rat Thing is beginning to smoke…

    „How do you turn it off?“

    „You don’t.“

    — Neal Stephenson, „Snow Crash“

  4. Вот наделают такой херни, навешают на неё разных автоматов, шахидских поясов итп, и будут в города запускать. Своих потерь меньше, в глаза убиваемым смотреть тоже не надо. Красота!.. Блин, когда прогресс в таких руках – понятно, почему его боятся.

  5. Вот наделают такой херни, навешают на неё разных автоматов, шахидских поясов итп, и будут в города запускать. Своих потерь меньше, в глаза убиваемым смотреть тоже не надо. Красота!.. Блин, когда прогресс в таких руках – понятно, почему его боятся.

  6. Hmmm is this why I see shiny seagulls in the middle of ones that don’t? This video could be years old. Their release info slowly policy, like the rail gun

  7. Hmmm is this why I see shiny seagulls in the middle of ones that don’t? This video could be years old. Their release info slowly policy, like the rail gun

  8. Hmmm is this why I see shiny seagulls in the middle of ones that don’t? This video could be years old. Their release info slowly policy, like the rail gun

  9. The only way I can imagine robots really taking a leap forward is if biological components like neurons could be artificially replicated, and artificial metabolism could replace a central battery.

  10. The only way I can imagine robots really taking a leap forward is if biological components like neurons could be artificially replicated, and artificial metabolism could replace a central battery.

  11. The only way I can imagine robots really taking a leap forward is if biological components like neurons could be artificially replicated, and artificial metabolism could replace a central battery.

  12. The only way I can imagine robots really taking a leap forward is if biological components like neurons could be artificially replicated, and artificial metabolism could replace a central battery.

  13. Ya, maybe you’re right.
    I remember reading about material that imitated muscle (contracting or expanding when small electrical charges are put through it). Maybe this type of innovation will overcome the clunkiness and power demands of hydraulic-type movement?.. I don’t know.

    With the level of tech power most of us carry around in our pockets now days I get the feeling that our problem solving- potential will easily carry us beyond the obstacles you mention, but hell if I know.

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