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MIT Cheetah runs at 22 km/h, gait transition from trot to gallop | MIT Biomimetics Robotics Lab


curated by | May 22, 2013

No IMU, No Force Sensor, No Mechanical Spring, No Mechanical Damper Stand-alone system except for 4 22.2V Li-Po Batteries but replaced by 3kg dummy mass at 2

John Payne‘s insight:

While not yet as fast as the Boston Dynamics Cheetah Robot, MIT’s Cheetah is more anatomically correct, and does a better job of emulating the movement of a real cheetah.

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