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Lower Torso Mobility a Must for DARPA’s $2M Prize
Elroy Hirsch
Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch, 1953
Search for nimble robot that can survive the DARPA gauntlet
By RBR Staff


It’s hoped that a little attention from DARPA will do for humanoid robotics what it did for robot vehicles.

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