The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) recently unveiled a new video of its Mini Cheetah robot, demonstrating that the four-legged android can now dribble a soccer ball, run and jump.
MIT's dog-like mini cheetah robots can do backflips and play soccer. Researchers took them out to frolic in the leaves on a fall day.
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MIT's Biomimetic Robotics Laboratory has built what it calls mini cheetahs.
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MIT's four-legged "mini cheetah" robots enjoyed some time outside in a new video, where they even kicked around a soccer ball together.
The robot’s lightweight, high-power design is the perfect platform to share and play, developers say.
The video released by MIT’s Biomimetics Robotics department shows four-legged 'mini cheetah' robots playing football on open ground, performing backflips