Experimenting with Walking Robots — Walking Up and Down Hills

Experimenting with Walking Robots — Walking Up and Down Hills

By John Blankenship    View In Digital Edition  

This series of articles has explored many aspects of walking robots from the unexpected side effects of various movements to the need for sensors and how to utilize them. This final installment utilizes many of the principles discussed to create a robot that can navigate inclines as easily as level terrain.


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