Daniel Albert


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Watson Update: Going Beyond the Static Walk
September 2014, Page 38
Do you remember our old friend from the DARPA Robotics Challenge? See what he’s been up to lately.

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The Road to the DARPA Robotics Challenge — Part 4
December 2013, Page 48
Dealing with the DRC qualifications, having to rebuild yet again, and taking those first steps.

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The Road to the DARPA Robotics Challenge — Part 3
November 2013, Page 38
This time, the team discusses mechanical changes, the biped systems, and using the Gazebo simulator as they continue work on Watson.

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The Road to the DARPA Robotics Challenge
October 2013, Page 56
In this second installment, Team Walk Like a Man describes the mechanical design of their Track D entry hopeful, Watson.

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The Road to the DARPA Robotics Challenge
September 2013, Page 58
Read one team’s chronicle of what it will take to compete in track D of this monumental event.

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Build Your Own Big Walker
Project:
May 2011, Page 55

Part 4. This final article will focus on the algorithm used to create a simple walk.

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Build Your Own Big Walker
Project:
April 2011, Page 63

Part 3. This segment focuses on the design and implementation of the bot’s multi-processor distributed processing system.

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Build Your Own Big Walker
Project:
March 2011, Page 56

Part 2: Mechanical Design.

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Appetizer
Column: Appetizer
December 2007, Page 76

Transitioning Sequencer Using Static Frames for Biped Control

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Build Your Own Big Walker
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February 2011, Page 47

If you’ve ever wanted to build a full size humanoid robot, here’s your chance. Part 1 will get you started with some basic ideas and concepts.