The evolution of MIT's robotic Cheetah continues, and researchers reveal the new tricks he has learned in a new video. In the past, we have seen it climb stairs, identify and jump obstacles while running, but this time it has been trained to perform upside down buzzers.
It's definitely not a new thing in the robots category, since Boston Dynamics has shown us something similar to the Atlas man-made robot. Nevertheless, it is the first four-way robot to acquire this capability.
The Mini Cheetah is a smaller version of last years' Cheetah 3, weighing about 10kg and moving at a speed of 2.45 m / sec. It is still in the development stage, therefore, we can not exclude the addition of more functions in the coming months.