V-3 by alexander vogler

The V-3 is a twolegged (bi-pedestal) walking robot with 
12 aktive degrees of freedom, developed to get far as possible to
the movement of the human legs. The robot is controlled by 
a VB-program that runs on a PC (also handheld-PC possible) via
the serial interface. On the robot there are accelerometers 
used to messure the orientation of the hip to the earth's
surface. This values will be used to improve walking algorithm 
(learning) and reaktions on uneven terrains. The 12 servos
and the accelerometers are controlled by a AT90S8535. For now 
the robot and the movements have to be tested => autonomous
walking when development finished (distant future). The robot 
is powered by an external source.

costs up to now are about 400 Euros.

for further information, pictures/videos please visit:
http://members.chello.at/alex.v/

Email: alex.v@nextra.at


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