Asked — Edited
It's now only a matter of time before they enslave us. Thanx!
Upgrade to ARC Pro
Get access to the latest features and updates with ARC Early Access edition. You'll have everything that's needed to unleash your robot's potential!
Maybe it's just my suspicious mind, it kind of reminds me of the Hover board video with Christopher Lloyd in it.
schadows on the wall and doors.also the man uses a stick,
to let the robot fall or puch him away, he knows why he dont want to ,
get his fingers trap in a servo for excample,he would surten loose that finger.
there is another robot of this company that do great stuff.
I guessed it was speeded up, but they showed it was real time when there was a human person interacting! I was amazed, I also saw how slow things were at the DARPA but this was amazing...could be that it used less computing power because tasks were more simple?
Did not seem to be a CGI thing to me...but who knows?
I don't think Boston dynamics is a bogus corporation...a serious robotics company would not dampen their reputation with fake robot videos...
Really dude? You really haven't heard of cgi?
with just servo or motors from his ankles.
Try the URL now.
i dont know what cgi is,am no programmer.
Ahh dude, language barrier.
I'm not referring to Common Gateway Interface, I'm talking about Computer Generated Imagery, the stuff they use in movies...you don't think Superman is really flying on "Man of Steel" do you? The others are just implying Boston dynamics might have used CGI to make a fake robot video. That's all.
One final hint... Try Googling it...
why try google it if i dont know what it is,am thinking do,oh that hurts.
CGI = Computer Generated Imagery... Like in Jurassic World, Star Wars, Superman, Avatar, Star Trek movies...etc... Or did you think that everything in those movies was real? As in Jurassic World having real dinosaurs on an remote island somewhere out there?
Funnier than the original!
do i must say am feeling little sad for the robot.
To summarize, you can spend a month filming the robot attempting to perform the same routines and chances are, if you're coding is right, it will do it one or two times. 1,000 takes and 1 final cut
Lastly, you can tell in the videos that there is no navigational way-point. The processing capability and physical engineering requirements are designed for stability, not navigation. That being said, it's clearly a huge leap forward in gait stability and recovery. Once this technology is able to compensate for directional stability (meaning, recovering and still being able to navigate a pre-determined path) it will be awesome.
What i mean by this is if you had a pathway consisting of boulders/rocks/rough terrain, the robot's primary function is to maintain stability, not navigate the pathway. So the robot will be twisting and rocking from side to side, which does not provide any course correction or way-point navigation.
Still, it's great to see robot videos like this - specifically when they're viewed by people like my mother, who would have traditionally never seen it. It means robot's are becoming a little more mainstream - that's great news!
is that similar like david cohran use the lidar?
i think robots are getting better to with things like walking,speech,recognition.
it took me some time to get used how they are build or look.
now i now they are build the way what he needs to do.
The use of real-time momentum calculations are visible in both walking and standing up from lying forward. For that, they'd be using a combination of gyroscope (for force) and accelerometer (for angles)
It appears that the hips are fixed around a knob rather than a straight rod extending out...I feel like it would be able to balance steadily on one foot or even try to ride a airhweel q6 hahaha