Unveiling the Future: Human-Like Walking Achieved in Robots

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Walking, a seemingly simple act for humans, becomes a complex feat when replicated in robots. A breakthrough from the Tohoku University Graduate School of Engineering has led to the development of human-like variable speed walking in robots. The musculoskeletal model, guided by a reflex control method mirroring the human nervous system, sets a new benchmark in biomechanics and robotics.

 

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Neurologica
Author: Neurologica