The Runbot holds the distinction of being the world’s fastest walking robot. Built around the theories of Nikolai Bernstein, the Runbot is a tiny biped robot that moves at speeds of more than three leg lengths in a single second – a wee bit behind the fastest walking human. The entire movement was under control of local circuits and not the brain, using information received by peripheral sensors on the joints and feet of the robot in addition to an accelerometer. Local neural loops will analyze these data, making subtle adjustments to the gait of the robot in real time, enabling it to maintain its balance and walk without toppling over. Guess the day is fast approaching where robots are our equal physically.
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