#video of the day | SpotMini Robot company Boston Dynamics has learned new tricks

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2018-02-13 10:00:03

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#video of the day | SpotMini Robot company Boston Dynamics has learned new tricks

To Observe how rapidly evolutionary robots production company Boston Dynamics — a very exciting experience. During each new demonstration engineers surprise us with increasingly sophisticated tricks that they teach their mechanical creatures. This time we offer you to look at the robot SpotMini who not only learned to open locked doors, so got a additional limb and is now able to work together with other robots.

Last November, Boston Dynamics first showed the world his new robot SpotMini. We even this short video on our website. Since then, about this dog-like creature we knew almost nothing. Until today. Updated version of the robot has acquired additional manipulator with which he is able to open doors, to take and to lift objects, to help themselves to overcome various obstacles on the way and to do many other previously inaccessible things to him.

As you can see, the video is called "Hey, buddy, could you help me?". In the frame appear at the same time as many as two robots, one of which is equipped with a manipulator. He opens the door and holds it while a second robot passes through the doorway. The manipulator for the robot created by the Japanese company SoftBank, which is June 2017 owns Boston Dynamics.

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