Boston Dynamics has its sights set on being the real world Cyberdyne Systems. YouTuber SummerTravel took footage of their creepy humanoid PETMAN robot and turned it into a training montage. They shoulda used this track.
Boston Dynamic's robotic advances have been captured in a mash up set to "Push it to the limit."
Cortana crosses platforms, Facebook’s community standards, Yahoo’s password pact, 360-degree YouTube videos, Family Feud on Google, and a 1980s montage of Boston Dynamics robots. Microsoft Plans Cross-Platform Cortana “Cortana, remind...Show More Summary
Boston Dynamic's robots increasingly resemble something from a Hollywood movie. So this montage of the automatons in action, set to the iconic piece of 80s movie soundtracking that is Scarface (Push it to the Limit), is so very right. And so very wonderful, too. Read more...
In late 2013, Google acquired Boston Dynamics, an engineering company focused on pushing the envelope when it comes to advanced robotics. With each passing year, the sophistication of Boston Dynamics’ robots keeps reaching new, and at times, terrifying heights. Show More Summary
While we don’t yet have the technology to build androids or other robots such as the Terminator, we do have the technology to build extremely agile all-terrain pack mules of sorts. At least that’s what Massachusetts-based Boston Dynamics calls their BigDog quadrupedal robot designed for use in rough terrain. Show More Summary
Feel the burn, if you can truly feel. Boston Dynamics makes the best robots the US Military has to offer. They're the most advanced, the smartest, the fastest, and the strongest. And now, it looks like they're getting stronger. See all...Show More Summary
If you ever wonder where the developments of robotics are heading, check what Boston Dynamics has been working on:
Boston and Denver are known to be snowy cities; the annual average snowfall in Boston is 44 inches while Denver's average exceeds 57 inches. However, the seasonal timing and dynamics of their snowstorms are significantly different. Boston,...Show More Summary
This week we see another disturbing robot. Massive Boston Dynamics, makers of the Big Dog bot, have revealed Spot. Spot is a four-legged robot designed for indoor and outdoor operation. It is electrically powered and hydraulically actuated. Spot has a...
SKYNET IS PLEASED: The Creepy Collective Behavior of Boston Dynamics’ New Robot Dog. “Spot’s life-like motions are uncanny, but when you add this emergent, collective behavior—which can sometimes be unpredictable—the possibilities get downright scary. Show More Summary
Letter carriers should be afraid. Very afraid. Meet Spot, a 160-pound, four-legged, dog-like robot developed by Google-owned defense contractor Boston Dynamics. The mechanical mutt stars in the cool, hypnotic, kind of horrifying two-minute video below, which has fetched more than 4 million YouTube views in three days. Show More Summary
Robotics company Boston Dynamics, now part of Google, is showing off its latest robot -- Spot, a four-legged robot that can navigate office hallways or uneven wooded terrain. It can also recover after…
By now, you’ve probably seen the astounding quadruped robots that have been built and demonstrated by Boston Dynamics. These machines run like four-legged animals and don’t seem to mind when their human companions give them a kick…hold...Show More Summary
Do you remember BigDog, Boston Dynamics’s terrifying (but also cool) quadruped robot designed to assist soldiers through unfavorably rough terrain? Of course you do; it’s been haunting your nightmares of the robot uprising. Never one to leave well enough alone,...
The ongoing work by Boston Dynamics, a leading engineering and robotics design company owned by Google Inc., on our future robot overlords continues apace. In a video released by the company, robots mimicking uncanny, skeletal decapitated deer (or perhaps dogs) … Continue reading ?
Google-owned robotics firm Boston Dynamics is no stranger to creating robotic beasts that can do freakish feats, but their latest robotic quadruped — a 160 lbs dog-like machine named Spot — takes the crazy factor to an all new level … Read more ›
When Boston Dynamics researchers kick a robot, you feel like they're kicking man's best friend.
We all know Boston Dynamics BigDog, a quadrupedal robot designed to navigate rough terrain. Now BigDog has a little dog sibling called Spot. Spot weighs only 160 lbs, has four hydraulic legs, a sensor head, and…