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July 28, 2010

Cornell’s Ranger Robot Walks 23 km

at 2:47 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, Crazy Hacks, Electronic Hacks


Remember Big Dog? Well there is a new walking robot king in town. Cornell’s Ranger Robot has just broken the record for distance for a bipedal robot. It took over 65 thousand steps before the battery died!

Thanks for the tip Paul.

“It took 65,185 steps for Cornell’s 4-legged bipedal robot to walk 108.5 laps on Barton Hall’s 1/8-mile indoor track, setting a new world record for non-stop distance walked by an untethered legged robot – more than a half a marathon. The previous legged robot distance record was 12.8 miles, held by BigDog, Boston Dynamics’ robust and capable quadraped robot. “


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6 Responses to “Cornell’s Ranger Robot Walks 23 km”

  1. electronica Says:

    this robot it`s amazing… 10 hs walking! omg

  2. error404 Says:

    Mixing metric and imperial? 🙁

    I was like ‘whoa double!’

  3. spiralbrain Says:

    Brilliant, looks like spongebob squarepants.

  4. Kronic Says:

    Why is that amazing? Its only purpose was to put one set of legs in front of the other and it did it.

  5. Gavin Says:

    Looks pretty cool.

  6. Cornell’s DIY Robot Breaks World Record for Longest Walk! Says:

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