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Published on Mar 8, 2014
The Biorobotics lab at Carnegie Mellon University has developed a next-generation snake robot. The most significant new feature of this robot is the incorporation series elastic actuation in each joint. This allows compliant motions and accurate torque control of the robot's joints.
The SEA Snake is also a significant step forward in terms of its sensing, power and torque density, communication, field ruggedness, and modularity.