The Learning Hexapod
I’ll take 2 please. That’s what Intel said when they saw the video posted on Youtube of this Hexapod bot created by Matt Bunting, a University of Arizona electrical-engineering senior. They quickly got a hold of Matt and asked him to create 2 of his Hexapod creations to help promote their Atom processors. This 14x17x8-inch hexapod uses Intel’s 1.60GHz Atom Z530 and US15W chipset while running the Ubuntu open-source operating system.
“One of the things I wanted to explore was the idea of reinforcement learning. What I wanted to do was not preprogram any of those walking algorithms, I wanted it to figure out how to walk straight forward on its own,” Bunting said. “It has the ability to figure it out itself.”
[Source] cnet news
Posted by Michael Kaudze on 02/12 at 01:51 PM
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