Boston Dynamics engineers have published a new video with the Atlas robot success, which continues to develop quite complex movements. This time, he had been taught to perform gymnastic exercises: somersaults, handstands, and jump in the rotation.
In comparison with Video year ago Atlas began to move much smoother and softer. As the engineers now with the movement he uses his whole body, making interconnected dynamic maneuvers. These bundles are programmed with the use of new methods, greatly simplifies the description and conversion commands in action.
Atlas has learned to track their movements in advance to prepare a smooth transition to the next maneuver. Routines for it is now written much faster than before, and the success of their implementation rate is around 80%. In the future, the training should be accelerated.
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