This walking robot has four legs and only two actuators. Usually a walking robot has two actuators for each leg, so four legs means eight actuators. Our goal has been to find ways to reduce the number of actuators and the associated control burden and still have an effective walking robot. This prototype was developed in collaboration with Chenhao Liu at SUSTech (Southern University of Science and Technology, Sichuan, China) with Jiaji Li at UCI (University of California, Irvine) that started with the UCInspire program last Summer 2022 and continues into 2023.
https://mechanicaldesign101.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/hqdefault.jpg 360 480 Prof. McCarthy https://mechanicaldesign101.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/mechanical-design-101LOGOf.png Prof. McCarthy2023-01-04 17:04:492023-01-04 17:04:49A Walking Robot with Four Legs and Two Actuators