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Jul 142013
 
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DARPA.DRC.TEAM.ADARPA’s New Video Intro for the December 2013 DRC Contestants
With a soundtrack affirming DARPA’s commitment to waste exactly zero funds on marketing (see also: DRC Logo; it’s good/bad – depends on the taxpayer), here we have video on the six B.Y.O.R. Track A teams.

The various robots are in various states of repair/progress, but they’ve got until December to get squared away. Some, as you’ll see (not pointing any fingers, NASA), are much further along than others.

These six teams, unique in that they’ve developed their own machines and software, will be competing with the 7 winners from the Virtual Robotics Challenge (who’ll get an ATLAS robot), and a yet to be determined number from Track D.

Have a watch:

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A few static photos for those wanting… static photos:

DRC.CMU.CHIMP

“Chimp,” Carnegie Mellon University

 

DRC.NASA.JPL.ROBO.SIMIAN

“Robo-Simian,” NASA Jet Propulsion Lab

 

DRC.NASA.JSP.VALKYRIE

“Valkyrie,” NASA Johnson Space Center

 

DRC.VTECH.THOR

“T.H.O.R.,” Virginia Tech

 

DRC.DREXEL.HUBO

“HUBO,” Drexel University

And there you have it… them.
Here’s more Anthrobotic DARPA coverage if you wanna have that, too.

[IMAGES & STUFF: DARPA]

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Who wants to buy a dorky t-shirt?

 

THIS STUFF IS RELATED:
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DARPA’s James Cameron Mashup: Unsurprising, but Existentially Bananas
Transforming Sphere-Bot – One Can Already Hear DARPA Knocking at the Door
UPDATE: Video of Boston Dynamics Big Dog 2.0 (Alpha Dog, LS3, Whatev)
Boston Dynamics Building Cheeta-Bot & T-800 (for DARPA)