CSU’s Adaptive Walking Robot Can Morph Its Joints to Change How It Walks

CSU’s Adaptive Walking Robot Can Morph Its Joints to Change How It Walks

We’ve seen robots employ some clever methods to overcome obstacles, including some that sprawl, and others that jump, but Colorado State University’s Adaptive Walking Robot is the first to morph its spider-like joints. Researchers from the Adaptive Robotics Lab have taken inspiration from nature to design the robot’s appendages by utilizing shape-shifting joints.


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