Tag: biomimicry

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MIT’s electric cheetah-bot runs offleash

Quiet, efficient, and powerful: MIT's robotic cheetah has a "custom-designed, high-torque-density" electric motor, and can run and jump around without being tethered to an external power source. It's also looking ...

Bionic Kangaroo

Festo HQ, the engineering team that brought us Aqua Penguins, Aqua Jellyfish, dragonfly-inspired BionicOpters, and a robot that flies like a bird can now add Bionic Kangaroo to their list of...

Snake robot

Something every Mars Rover might need in the future: Snake robots that wiggle and roll to propel themselves around on passive wheels, gathering visual information with a camera along the way. This snake-bot is called ...

The cheetah-cub robot

Small, light, and quick, the cheetah-cub robot is a robust little experiment in robotics and biomechanics from EPFL, the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, one of two Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology. Fr...

Festo: A Dragonfly-inspired BionicOpter

Watch Festo HQ team's new dragonfly-inspired BionicOpter:  With the BionicOpter, Festo has technically mastered the highly complex flight characteristics of the dragonfly. Just like its m...

How Biomimicry is Inspiring Human Innovation

How Biomimicry is Inspiring Human Innovation: …we human beings, who have been trying to make things for only the blink of an evolutionary eye, have a lot to learn from the long proc...

Boston Dynamic’s Cheetah Robot

Cheetah Robot is a fast-running quadruped developed by Boston Dynamics with funding from DARPA. It just blazed past its previous speed record, getting up to 28.3 mph, about 0.5 mph faster ...

Festo HQ’s robot animals: penguins, jellyfish, and more

Have you seen the robot AquaPenguin, from the Festo HQ team's Bionic Learning Network in Germany? It comes complete with glowing robot eyes! Other great videos to check out from Festo: AquaRay, AirRay, AirPenguin, ...