Which One is Faster -Laikago By Unitree Robotics Meeting Spotmini From Boston Dynamics.
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Laikago is a four legged robot created by Unitree robotics Looks like Spotmini From Boston Dynamics.
Chinese roboticist Xing Wang has long been a fan of BigDog, AlphaDog, Spot, SpotMini, and other robots that Boston Dynamics has famously introduced over the years. “Marc Raibert … is my idol, ” Wang once told us about the founder and president of Boston Dynamics.
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The new SpotMini looks much more polished and less grotesque, like a real-life cross between a Pixar animation and a robot out of a
Neill Blomkamp vision of the future, thanks in part to series of bright yellow plates covering its legs and body. The new bot’s
movement also looks incredibly fluid. It shows just how much progress Boston Dynamics is making on its goal of life-like, animal-inspired robots that can move and respond to the forces in the real world.
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