2018-10-10 (W) HackadaySummary

The Little Cat that Could
Robots come in a lot of different shapes and quadrupeds are popular for legged creations. Even with fours stable legs, walking takes some practice and fine tuning, so be prepared if you are making your own robot code. Not only is walking difficult to program, it is exponentially more difficult to make the walking energy efficient. This robot put the burden on a learning software to teach itself to walk and make it do well. On top of that, the robot can relearn to walk if it is damaged or altered.

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