Karl Muecke

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(ABSTRACT) Mimicking human motion with a humanoid robot can prove to be useful for studying gaits, designing better prostheses, or assisting the elderly or disabled. Directly mimicking and implementing a motion of a human on a humanoid robot may not be successful because of the different dynamic characteristics between them, which may cause the robot to(More)
  • Karl Muecke, DARwIn Series, DARwIn IIaDARwIn, DARwIn IIb, DARwIn I DARwIn, DARwIn IIa +1 other
  • 2007
This paper describes the development of a fully autonomous humanoid robot for locomotion research and as the first US entry in to RoboCup. DARwIn (Dynamic Anthropomorphic Robot with Intelligence) is a humanoid robot capable of bipedal walking and performing human like motions. As the years have progressed, DARwIn has evolved from a concept to a(More)
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