Boston Dynamics making a new walking, jumping and rolling somewhat humanoid robot - Next Big Future

Boston Dynamics has a new robot called Handle. It is a research robot that stands 6.5 ft tall, travels at 9 mph and jumps 4​ ​feet vertically. ​It uses electric power to operate both electric and hydraulic actuators, with a range of about 15 miles on ...

Boston Dynamics unveils 'nightmare-inducing' six-foot robot on wheels that can jump four feet in the air - Mirror.co.uk

The research robot can stand on four legs or stand vertically on its back wheels and even jump 4 feet into the air. The robot's balance is so good on two wheels that it can scoot around on uneven terrain and even roll down stairs.

Handle Is The Latest Boston Dynamics Robot - Regal Tribune

Earlier this week, Boston Dynamics officially presented its newest robot, dubbed Handle. This is a tall, very well built robot that can both walk, spin, and do some impressive jumps. Boston Dynamics is a robotics and engineering design company. Back in ...

Google's New Robot Is The Stuff Of Nightmares — Is This The Future Of War? - DriveSpark.com

Google-owned Boston Dynamics has revealed its latest robot, and it is according to its creator the stuff of nightmares. Handle, is the name given to the two-wheeled four-legged, robot that can jump over obstacles, rolls down steps, jumps over barriers ...

Boston Dynamics unveiles latest creation - Handle - Newshub

As the robot age moves closer and we humans start collectively worrying about our own relevance, Boston Dynamics have unveiled their latest creation, Handle. The robot looks like he'd be most at home on a roller skating rink, but has much wider ...

Meet Handle, Boston Dynamics' Newest Robot - University Herald

While it's still considered a prototype, Boston Dynamics' newest robot has already taken the internet - and most likely, the dreams of some people - by storm. Meet Handle, Boston Dynamics' newest robot. Also deemed "nightmare-inducing," a term ...

Meet Handle, the hybrid robot from Boston Dynamics - TheUSBport

Boston Dynamics unveiled its latest robot on Monday with a video posted on its official YouTube account. It is a hybrid, wheeled bot called Handle that can cruise at speeds of 9 mph and jump up to 4 feet in the air. The video caused quite an impression ...

Boston Dynamics Officially Unwraps Handle, A Robot That Can Go Anywhere (No, You Can't Run Away From It) - Tech Times

Boston Dynamics rolls out an official video of its wheeled robot Handle. Here's what it can do. ( Boston Dynamics | YouTube ). Advertisement. Boston Dynamics' Handle robot is something from the future. A leaked video earlier this month gave us a peek ...

Meet 'Handle': The new multi-purpose robot (VIDEO) - Malay Mail Online

'Research robot' Handle is able to perform multiple tasks. — Screengrab from YouTubeBOSTON, March 1 — Handle is the latest robot to be unveiled by the engineering and robotics design company Boston Dynamics. Described as a “research robot,” Handle ...

Boston Dynamics unveils Handle, a 'nightmare-inducing' 2-wheeled, 4-legged robot - The Straits Times

A robotics firm known for its ground-breaking robot inventions has unveiled the new "Terminator on wheels". Called Handle, the 1.95cm-tall creation, which has four legs and two stabilised rear wheels that allow it to stand vertically, is capable of ...

Why Boston Dynamics' New Robot Scares the Crap out of Us - Big Think

The latest video by robot developer Boston Dynamics, which seems to always coincide with a rise of Terminator references, has elicited a wide range of strong emotional reactions. The new robot, Handle (because it will be handling objects), brings forth ...

Boston Dynamics new robot is kind of scary (+video) - Christian Science Monitor

It can run, it can jump, and it may give some people nightmares. It's a new robot named Handle. Monitor's Best: Top 5. How does a water bear survive desiccation? Cover Story Trump vs. the media: the war over facts · North Korea's nuclear threat: Where ...

Boston Dynamic's new 2-wheeled 'Handle' robot can handle just about anything - Digital Trends

You might remember how we got a sneak peek about a month ago at Handle, the new robot from Google's Boston Dynamics, creators of some of the coolest-slash-scariest robots to walk the earth. Well, Handle doesn't walk, it rolls, and now Boston Dynamics ...

Boston Dynamics rolling robot is the envy of all rollerbladers - Motor1.com

Boston Dynamics' latest robot is Handle, and this self-balancing, wheel-driven bot inspires a mix of awe and fear from us. Maintaining an upright posture is impressive enough, but check out this video to see the other amazing feats this android can ...

This parkour robot overlord has 'Terminator' written all over it - Mashable

Boston Dynamics have finally revealed the highly anticipated 'Handle' robot. We all got a sneak peak of its capabilities after a video was leaked online. But now we are getting a fuller picture of the wheeled robot overlord and the extent to its ...

New Boston Dynamics Robot is Terrifying Science Fiction Brought to Life - Futurism

Boston Dynamics' agile new robot Handle is six feet tall, has two front legs and a pair of hind wheels, and can travel roughly 15 miles on a single charge. With its impressive flexibility and balance, Handle is a striking example of how far we have ...

Boston Dynamics Shows Off New Robot 'Handle' That Jumps Like A Pro - Fossbytes

Short Bytes: The American robotics company Boston Dynamics is testing a new 6.5 feet tall robot known as Handle. The electric-powered robot is capable of moving at 9 mph up to a distance of 15 miles in a single charge. It moves forward using wheels and ...

Boston Dynamics takes big jump with two-legged Handle robot - Computerworld

Robotics company Boston Dynamics has built a two-legged, wheeled robot that can roll down a flight of stairs and jump on and off a table, all while maintaining its balance and speed. Handle, a 6-foot, 5-inch tall robot, can travel at 9 mph and jump ...

Boston Dynamics' New Robot is 'Nightmare Inducing' - Newsmax

Boston Dynamics introduced "Handle," a new robot, in a YouTube video. (Screengrab via YouTube/Boston Dynamics). By Karl Nelson | Tuesday, 28 Feb 2017 03:40 PM. Close. More ways to share... Stumbled. LinkedIn. Vine. Reddit. Delicious. Newstrust.

The Death Robot Is Here - The Interrobang

We now have fresh, crisp, HD footage of the new Boston Dynamics robot that jumps, can lift things and is an all-terrain human killing machine. This must be what other, lesser robots masturbate to. Via YouTube.