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  • Michigan Robotics: Dynamic Legged Locomotion Lab

    Michigan Robotics: Dynamic Legged Locomotion Lab: This channel features videos of our various robots. Cassie (Go) Blue!, the Michigan copy of the Cassie-series of robots by Agility Robotics,...
  • Dynamic Legged Locomotion Lab

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  • Walking Along the Edge of the Woods

    The gantry is the limiting factor in this video. We use it because if the robot falls and breaks, we have to repair it, replace parts, and such, but mostly because we only have one robot,...
  • Legged Locomotion via Max-Plus Algebras - Part I

    We present a class of gait generation and control algorithms based on the Switching Max- Plus modeling framework that allow for the synchronization of multiple legs of walking robots. Transitions...
  • Grasshopper Locomotion at a Walk

    Six leg locomotion in a lubber grasshopper has an alternating gait of Right Rear, Left Middle, Right Front, Left Rear, Right Middle Left Front. With injuries this pattern can change. Locomotion...
  • Legged Locomotion via Max-Plus Algebras - Part II

    We present a class of gait generation and control algorithms based on the Switching Max- Plus modeling framework that allow for the synchronization of multiple legs of walking robots. Transitions...
  • Snapbot: A Reconfigurable Legged Robot

    We develop a reconfigurable legged robot, named Snapbot, to emulate configuration changes and various styles of legged locomotion. The body of Snapbot houses a microcontroller and a battery...
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  • Elephants Legs, Locomotion and Posture

    To support the animal's weight, an elephant's limbs are positioned more vertically under the body than in most other mammals. The long bones of the limbs have cancellous bone in place of medullary...
  • Active Control of Unsteady Legged Locomotion

    Authors: Devin Jindrich, Mu Qiao Title: Active Control of Unsteady Legged Locomotion Presented at Dynamic Walking Conference 2012 in Pensacola Beach, Florida www.dynamicwalking.org.