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Uploaded on Jun 23, 2009
These videos demonstrate control software developed at Stanford University for the LittleDog robot. They show the LittleDog navigating over 10 terrains that were part of "Phase Three" of the Learning Locomotion project. In the videos, the robot demonstrates three different behaviors: trotting (for fast motion over flat to moderate terrain), walking (for navigating over very rough terrain), and jumping (to quickly move over large obstacles). The system integrates all these behaviors to navigate a wide variety of terrain types.