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The End Nears: A New Walking Robot Inspired By Ostriches

This is a video demonstration and discussion about Cassie, a new bipedal robot inspired by ostriches. The robot was designed and built by students and faculty at Oregon State University's College of Engineering, with the help of Agility Robotics. In case you couldn't tell, it's super creepy to just see a pair of robotic legs walking around. Could you not have given it the rest of a body? "Some boobs at least.
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