STriDER: Self-Excited Tripedal Dynamic Experimental Robot

@article{Heaston2007STriDERST,
  title={STriDER: Self-Excited Tripedal Dynamic Experimental Robot},
  author={Jeremy Heaston and Dennis Hong and Ivette Morazzani and Ping Ren and Gabriel Goldman},
  journal={Proceedings 2007 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation},
  year={2007},
  pages={2776-2777}
}
STriDER (Self-Excited Tripedal Dynamic Experimental Robot) is a novel three-legged walking machine that exploits the concept of actuated passive dynamic locomotion to dynamically walk with high energy efficiency and minimal control. Unlike other passive dynamic walking machines, this unique tripedal locomotion robot is inherently stable with its tripod stance, can change directions, and is relatively easy to implement, making it practical to be used for real life applications. STriDER begins… CONTINUE READING

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