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This Robot's Hips Don't Lie

News   Oct 03, 2018 | Original Press Release from the University of Texas at Austin

 
This Robot's Hips Don't Lie

Mercury, a biped robot developed in Cockrell School of Engineering professor Luis Sentis’ Human Centered Robotics Lab, is able to maintain balance when hit unexpectedly or when force is applied without warning. Credit: University of Texas at Austin

 
 
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