Boston Dynamics’ Robot Dog Is Now Armed—in the Name of Art

Boston Dynamics’ Robot Dog Is Now Armed—in the Name of Art

Daniel Greenberg, a member of MSCHF, claims there’s a serious side to Spot’s Rampage though.Because the robot periodically checks in with Boston Dynamics servers, it would theoretically be possible to disable the Spot that MSCHF is using.

Watch a Robot Dog Learn How to Deftly Fend Off a Human

Watch a Robot Dog Learn How to Deftly Fend Off a Human

It’s a dramatic departure from how a hardware developer like Boston Dynamics goes about teaching a robot how to move , using decades of human experience to hard code, line by line, the way a robot is supposed to react to stimuli like, um, a person’s foot.

Estimate the Pulling Force of Boston Dynamics' Robo-Dog Army

Estimate the Pulling Force of Boston Dynamics' Robo-Dog Army

That's pretty close to the estimated friction from the robot dogs (maybe my values for the coefficients are off).What about pulling a truck uphill? They also have a decrease in the frictional force needed to pull the truck up the incline.

What Boston Dynamics' Rolling 'Handle' Robot Really Means

What Boston Dynamics' Rolling 'Handle' Robot Really Means

For internet-goers, Boston Dynamics is that company that uploads insane videos of the humanoid Atlas robot doing backflips, of four-legged SpotMini opening doors and fighting off stick-wielding men, and as of last week, of a Segway-on-mescaline called Handle jetting around picking up and stacking boxes with a vacuum as its arm.