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Re: Robot Dinosaurs
That sounds familiar actually. A friend sent me some pictures a couple
years ago (long lost now due to a computer crash) of a robot dinosaur
built on the dromaeosaur (or possibly troodon) body pattern. It was
apparently an attempt at high speed bipedal locomotion. I have no idea
how well the thing worked, but it was damn cool. I'm pretty sure it was
done at MIT (where else?), so it might be helpful to search for that as
On Mon, 9 Apr 2001, Jordan Mallon wrote:
> >From: "Mike Roush" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >I was wondering what has been done with studies have been done with robot
> >dinosaurs, if any? I am wondering because I have been asked to help on a
> >research project concerning this. Any help on current studies or past
> >studies would be appreciated.
> Hmmm... I saw an article both in a magazine (can't remember the title) and
> on the Internet regarding some very recent work being done with a robotic
> _Troodon_. I think looking up something like 'robot Troodon' on a good
> search engine (like www.google.com) might reveal something.
> Good luck!
> -Jordan Mallon
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