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CHIMP, Carnegie Mellon University’s entry in the DARPA Robotics Challenge | Ares blog


curated by | March 13, 2013

It moves like a tank over rough terrain, but has four limbs with which to stand and use human tools. It is CHIMP, Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU) simian-inspired entry in the DARPA Robotics Challenge, which seeks to demonstrate a robot that can assist in dangerous disaster zones, by driving vehicles and wielding tools designed for humans.

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