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Check out This Freaky New Robot Created by Boston Dynamics

Tuesday, February 28, 2017 14:37
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Boston Dynamics isn’t just in the business of creating groundbreaking new robots. They’re also in the business of building the stuff of our nightmares. The Google owned company is responsible for creating mechanical terrors such as the Cheetah, which can run faster than any human. Then there’s the PETMAN, a humanoid robot that lumbers around like Frankenstein’s monster. They’re also responsible for the Spot Mini, a machine with five limbs; and the LS3, a pack mule robot designed for the military.

Now Boston Dynamics has introduced a wheeled robot called Handle, which appears to be able to pick up more weight with its arms than any of their previous creations. It’s also capable of feats that you would have never guessed that a bipedal wheeled machine could ever do.

Coming soon to a robot rebellion near you.

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