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December 7, 2007

Flexible-Jointed Robot – Amazing Stability

at 5:25 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Crazy Hacks, Insane Equipment


This Flexible-Jointed Robot has amazing stability. I could see this thing walking down a battle field or working in a construction site stepping over piles of debris.

“If robots are going to work alongside humans, then they will need to stand up to accidental bumps and shoves, not to mention the occasional deliberate kick.

That is why researchers in Japan have developed software that allows a life-size humanoid robot to stay on its feet no matter where on its body it is pushed. Theirs is the first full-size humanoid to show such steadiness – others of similar size inevitably topple over when nudged in the right spot.”


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7 Responses to “Flexible-Jointed Robot – Amazing Stability”

  1. Bill Says:

    Odd. Seeing the researcher kicking and pushing the robot made me feel rather sorry for it.
    Clearly, a psychological effect of its humanoid form.

  2. Andres Says:

    wow, I just cant belive most of the robot videos are coming from japan, something must be going on there.

  3. Mr. Maigo Says:

    “Stop pushing me. Stop. Stop! Sto-RAH SMASH!”
    I kinda feel sorry for it too…

  4. MIKY Says:

    wao that is a compicated work i can’t call that hack because
    hacking sopose to be fun but building and programiing that robot
    i do not think the workers had any fun

  5. sheepdog Says:

    Terminator becoming more and more of a reality, coming soon to a battlefield near you

  6. Jacob Says:


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