Robots Inspired By Animals

Submitted by: Tekno 8 years ago in Weird
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Robotics researchers are increasingly turning to nature for inspiration. The don"t taste the same though.
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Female 254
This guy sounds really bored
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Male 325
i want the last one aswell
looks so cool just to watch
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Female 21
Aha I want the last one.
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Female 15
Seeeeen themmm :]
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Male 397
lol
i laughed so hard when i saw the last one do the worm XD
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Female 14
The guy talking in the background sounded like a bored, gay, teenager... lol
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Male 4,246
FANTASTIC!!!!!! :-D
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Female 943
that last one is saweet.
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Female 254
Note the ffx3 thing when they wiggle. It takes them like a million years to `analyze the obstacle`
oh, and i`m never moving to england now. i can`t stand his voice. why is it that people think that people with british accents are smart but it`s the americans making all the advances?
meh.
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Female 15,763
Ahahaha, I want my own.. wormy module black and white thing... whatever the hell that was.
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Male 1,109
that last one was amazing.
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Female 35
The last one did the worm. :o Sweet.
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Male 674
Wasnt this just posted like a week ago?

Interesting though

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Male 1,142
the last ones function is that a robot that doesnt have a set shape can be used for many more things then one with a set shape. a robot made of 1000 small parts that can rearange itself to fit a situation is endlessly more useful then one that looks just like a human or a fish. it could configure itself to lift a heavy load then change to reach in to a very tight space to fix someting. win that technology is much more advanced each each block could have a specialized tool built in to it rather then being a electro magnet and a servo. if your making a robot for 1 job like replacing a human worker make it human shaped. if your making a robot to do anything and everything you ask of it ill take the one that looks a lot like a big cube of legos win i open the box.
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Male 9,306
The last one was interesting, but I still can`t place its true beneficial function.
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Female 731
now we just need to make some form of intelligent systems.
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Male 279
the last one was awesome xD
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Male 244
I`ve seen all of these before. Either way, they stick kick as$.
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Female 657
LOL. I love the narrator.

"Must I say this?"
"Yes."
"But it`s so undignified.."
"Do you want to get paid?"
"*sigh* The suckers help it get out of sticky situations.."

xD by the way, last robot was bitchin`.

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Female 66
I`m pretty sure I saw this before.
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Female 254
OH MY GOD the last one. incredibahl.
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Male 428
The last one was do the worm while limboing!
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Female 89
That last robot was awesome.
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Male 75
Can you just stick -bot after any noun and have it make sense?
Just like any noun right after "crank that"...
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Female 4,225
WHOAH! Why are intelligent so awestruck by simple yet beautiful movements?
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Female 262
Cool.

Hope they will hurry up and progress them so I have to do drat all.

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Male 290
i want that last thing!!
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Male 509
Enthusiastic narrator.
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Male 1,853
its the limbo, robot style!
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Male 1,386
that last one was amazing @_@
"ok guys, this bar is kinda low, so we gotta just kinda wiggle under it" lol
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Male 65
i saw allota these on tv long ago but still really kool
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Female 393
well that is pretty bloody wonderful.

and what shall these "roboanimals" contribute to our human race...

On a side note...ooo a shiny fishy

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Male 5,970
i guess they`re obviously not inspired by humans, because they wouldnt do much lol jk
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Female 1,212
Link: Robots Inspired By Animals [Rate Link] - Robotics researchers are increasingly turning to nature for inspiration. The don`t taste the same though.
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