They invent a bipedal robot capable of walking across any surface and only with a motor

There are many bipedal robots on the market, many designed for exploration and others for natural disaster issues, but until now many of them required intricate designs, which evidently did not facilitate their movement.

Typically, the design of bipedal robots It involves the use of multiple motors that must work together to coordinate movements, but researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have gone much further by using only one motor…

Now they have managed to make the little robot called Mugatuwhich consists of two rigid bodies and an actuator and which, despite its simplistic design, can achieve complex movements.

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