chumby One Bipedal Walker

Eric Gregori from EMG Robotics recently linked me to a YouTube video originally posted on imxcommunity.org of a chumby One that he turned into a bipedal walker. This has got to be the most omgwtfbbq-cool robotics demo I’ve seen of the chumby One to date. Check it out:

One small step toward our future robotic overlords…but hey, at least they’ll be open source. That might even be an improvement over what we have today.

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  3. [...] source means hackable, and sure enough, here’s a neat little walking robot called the Chumby Walker based on the unit. Very cool [...]

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