Petoi Pet Robot Dog and Pet Robot Cat Educational Robots

Petoi Pet Robot Dog and Pet Robot Cat Educational Robots

Petoi, a company that specializes in developing tomorrow's pet robots, has developed two quadruped robots, a pet robot dog named Bittle and a pet robot cat named Nybble, for stem robotics and educational applications.  Pet Robot Dog Bittle, and Pet Robot Cat Nybble. Image credit: Petoi Bittle is an open-source bionic robot pet dog used for learning and play, able to climb up to the ceiling and walk upside down because of its light body. Adding a customized Arduino board can help the robot pet coordinate difficult movements, and adding different sensors will make it capable of perception. It is…
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ANYmal Quadruped Robot Climbing Stairs

ANYmal Quadruped Robot Climbing Stairs

Researchers at the Robotics Systems Lab at ETH Zürich, who are working on legged robots, tested perception-based motion planning for the ANYmal quadruped robot to navigate terrain and stairs. This video was recorded a few years ago, but it's intriguing to see how what we consider normal now was 20x speed then.  ANYmal quadruped robot climbing stairs. Image credit: Robotics Systems Lab at ETH Zürich Perception-based motion planning for ANYmal quadruped robot. The experiment in the video shows an ANYmal quadruped robot climbing stairs fully autonomously on a rainy day.  ANYmal quadruped robot navigating stairs on a rainy day. Image…
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This Quadruped Dog Robot Can Carry a Large Load

This Quadruped Dog Robot Can Carry a Large Load

The Jueying X20 is a quadruped robot developed by Deep Robotics, and Mecharithm previously covered the news about it HERE. We learned that this quadruped was designed based on real-world feedback from users and the applications they required. Image credit: Deep Robotics It was previously reported that the robot could withstand a load of 75 kg (165 lbs), but new tests have shown that the robot can carry loads exceeding 85 kg (187 lbs). Image credit: Deep Robotics With powerful motion control, this robot dog can adapt itself to different terrain, climb steps, and handle slopes. Image credit: Deep Robotics…
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