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Robots accomplish tasks too complicated or dangerous for humans. The strength and speed of a robot's movement and problems solving skills are favored for completing jobs faster than humans. In this video we cover some of the fastest robots in the world.
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Number 5 SUB1
The Sub1 was the brainchild of the German technological company known as Infineon. The robot has a sphere-like frame with six arms extending inward at different angles. The robot features a micro-controller, which enables the arms to have physical movement. The machine deducts and problem solves thanks to specially designed microchips and camera sensors which are capable of completing specified tasks at lightning speed.
Infineon first showcased sub1’s ability to quickly solve a Rubik's cube puzzle at the Electronica trade fair in Munich. As spectators watched, the robot solved the puzzle in 0.637 seconds, which is a new Guinness World Record. The fastest recorded time for a human solving the puzzle is 4.74 seconds.
Number 4 MIT CHEETAH
The robot was designed and constructed by researchers from M.I.T. with funding from the U.S. Department of Defense's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The large, rectangular body of the machine contains 12 lightweight but powerful motors and microchips containing algorithms, which regulate physical movement and the amount of force each of the robot's four legs exerts while walking, running and jumping.
The robot and video game-like controller also contain specially designed sensors. An on-board computer gathers data from each sensor and relays the information to the motors. Cheetah and the controller use battery power. With batteries fully charged, At top speed, the cheetah runs at 29.2 miles per hour (47 kilometers per hour) and jumps over obstacles 16 inches tall.
The team at M.I.T. believes that the technology has many real-world applications. The robot can carry equipment for the military. The robot might also be used for search and rescue missions.
NUMBER 3 RAPTOR
The voracious velociraptors popularized by the “Jurassic Park” movies served as the inspiration for the Robot Raptor created by the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology's MSC Lab in South Korea. The robot has two actuated legs that resemble those of the reptile. Each leg functions through the use of a single motor. The legs are also designed with an Achilles tendon-like shock-absorbing system. The carbon-fiber/epoxy composite feet resemble the flexible, slender prosthetic legs used by amputees. A spinning lever attached to the right side of what might be considered the hip region of the robot functions as a stabilizing tail.
In motion, the robot is capable of running at speeds that exceed 28.5 miles per hour (46 kilometers per hour). Currently, the device is tethered to the power and control unit. However, the research team hopes to upgrade the robot to enable free roaming ability.
Number 2 ROBOT ARM
Researchers from Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne in Switzerland created the robotic arm to mimic human appearance and motion. Strategically placed cameras enable the robot to detect objects moving in its direction. The on-board computer calculates the trajectory of each object and regulates the arm's movement in response. The arm measures 1.5 meters in length and has three joints along with a hand and four-jointed fingers.
The team taught the robot to catch by manually guiding the arm in the appropriate direction when an object was thrown. The computer software retains the information, which enables the device to quickly react to data changes. Each movement takes a mere five hundredths of a second. In video demonstrations, the robot capably grabs and clutches each object at record speed.
The robot arm designers believe that similar devices might be used as a safety device to protect humans from falling objects.
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