Though it still isn't "official," Eddie Alvarez and Anthony Pettis are expected to lock horns at UFC Fight Night 81 in Boston, Mass., on Jan. 17, 2015. It's a dynamic Lightweight bout for which many fight fans have clamored over theShow More Summary
Boston Dynamics, subsidiary of Google Inc. (soon to be […]
Spot, the most advanced prototype combat robot manufactured by Boston Dynamics, a company owned by Google, finished testing with the US Marines last week.
The battlefield can be one of the most useful places for robots. And now, the US Marines are testing out Spot, a robo dog built by Boston Dynamics to see how helpful the ‘bot could be in combat. Read more...
DARPA testing Boston Dynamics Spot bot at Quantico this week as scout, load carrier.
Boston Dynamics, famous for the BigDog, tested its bipedal robot Atlas in an open environment.
Watch this video now. Because robots are dangerous, and the cops always ask if you can identify your assailant. Of course, this advice does no good if a robot kills you, I guess. Never mind then.…
This is a video of Boston Dynamics highlighting and discussing the latest improvements in their family of killer robots. First they talk about Spot, the quadroped robot with an arm for a head that can open doors, then they show off Atlas, their humanoid robot, who's now running around in the woods scaring the shit out of everything that lives there. Show More Summary
During a recent presentation, Boston Dynamics founder Marc Raibert showed footage of the Atlas robot walking through a wooded area to test its balance and movement capabilities. Although the robot was still attached to a power tether, Raibert said they are working on a version without one. The presentation was part of a longer event […]
The bipedal bot offers mere mortals no escape. The name Boston Dynamics should paralyze you with the same terror as the name Skynet, the Hollywood-dreamed company behind the human-extinguishing Terminator robots. And that Terminator comparison is getting even more apt, because the robotics company, which works with the U.S. Show More Summary
Boston Dynamics' Atlas robot, which tests bipedal locomotion and balance, is now walking mostly unassisted on trails outside the lab. Video provided by Newsy
The Robopocalypse Report normally starts with the buzzwords of the robopocalypse, the drones. However, today something pretty impressive came across the feeds. Atlas, Boston Dynamics' Proto Terminator, went for a walk. In the woods. So let's start there. Show More Summary
Google-owned company Boston Dynamics is well known for creating robot cheetahs and robot dogs and now it’s started taking humanoid robots out for a spin. In a video recently posted on YouTube, Boston Dynamics founder Marc Raibert gave a video demonstration of his company’s Atlas humanoid robot walking over rough terrain in the woods. Show More Summary
Boston Dynamics is proving humanity is growing ever closer to a fully functional robot after showing off their humanoid robot navigating underbrush and uneven terrain in a video for DARPA’s Robotics Challenge. As NBC News reports, a video from Boston… The post Watch This Humanoid Robot Navigate Underbrush And Uneven Terrain With Scary Ease: VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.
Technically Incorrect: Google-owned Boston Dynamics presents the latest stage in scaring you out of your wits. It's as if the "Blair Witch Project" and a hundred other horror movies had come to life.
Boston Dynamics ATLAS robot walking over debris and in a forest. Commentary by Professor Marc Raibert, co-founder of Boston Dynamics Inc. Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube. I, for one, welcome our new Robot hiking overlords. :-)
Meet Atlas. His metal face is the last thing you will see as he pummels the life out of you. Atlas is 6'2 humanoid robot built by Boston Dynamics and DARPA (the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.) Supposedly, he's...Show More Summary
What happens when you set a robot loose in the woods? Google-owned robotics company Boston Dynamics sought to find out.The company took Atlas, a robot designed to navigate rough outdoor terrain, on an expedition through nature to test its balance and reactions to an unpredictable environment. Show More Summary
Ladies and gentlemen, Atlas has left the building. The Boston Dynamics humanoid robot, which was prominently featured in the DARPA Robotics Challenge, took a stroll in the Massachusetts woods in footage posted online Saturday. The video...Show More Summary
Boston Dynamics' Atlas: hero or menace?