Bipedal Dynamic Walking in Robotics

@inproceedings{Nicholls1998BipedalDW,
  title={Bipedal Dynamic Walking in Robotics},
  author={Elliot Nicholls},
  year={1998}
}
It is easier for bipedal robots to exist in a human oriented environment than for other types of robots. Furthermore, dynamic walking is more efficient than static walking. For a biped robot achieve dynamic balance while walking, a dynamic gait must be developed. Two different approaches to gait generation are presented—an intuitive approach using software for gait animation, and a periodic approach that provides a scalable gait with parameters for controlling step length, step height and step… CONTINUE READING