Terrain Adaptation Hexapod

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Terrain Adaptation Hexapod

Post by winchy_matt » Wed Mar 19, 2008 6:28 pm

Post by winchy_matt
Wed Mar 19, 2008 6:28 pm

Hi all,

I have finally got around to spending more time on terrain adaptation using my p.Brain-DS engine and the largest of my hexapods to date - B.F.Hexapod (V5).

As some of you may know I have dabbled with terrain adaptation before back in 2003 with my V4 hexapod, however, I was limited by having the locomotion engine off-board. With these new tests using the on-board p.Brain-DS many of the problems were solved, along with a new contact sensor design I intend on using on larger hexapods.

More info can be found on my site here: micromagic systems - B.F. Hexapod (V5)

Terrain test videos showing various gaits can be found here:

Terrain Test 1
Terrain Test 2
Terrain Test 3
Terrain Test 4

Don't ask me why the video's all start grey.. something to do with youtube conversion, as they were all fine before I sent them!?

B.F. Hexapod V5
Image

Cheers,

Matt.
Hi all,

I have finally got around to spending more time on terrain adaptation using my p.Brain-DS engine and the largest of my hexapods to date - B.F.Hexapod (V5).

As some of you may know I have dabbled with terrain adaptation before back in 2003 with my V4 hexapod, however, I was limited by having the locomotion engine off-board. With these new tests using the on-board p.Brain-DS many of the problems were solved, along with a new contact sensor design I intend on using on larger hexapods.

More info can be found on my site here: micromagic systems - B.F. Hexapod (V5)

Terrain test videos showing various gaits can be found here:

Terrain Test 1
Terrain Test 2
Terrain Test 3
Terrain Test 4

Don't ask me why the video's all start grey.. something to do with youtube conversion, as they were all fine before I sent them!?

B.F. Hexapod V5
Image

Cheers,

Matt.
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Post by BillB » Wed Mar 19, 2008 10:38 pm

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Wed Mar 19, 2008 10:38 pm

Simply stunning :shock:
Simply stunning :shock:
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