This amazing device comes from Boston Dynamics.

  1. Higghawker says:

    Im very intrigued by how it catches itself when kicked? Is this some kind electronical reaction to weight shift? Creepy?

  2. R.Narcisse says:

    Amazing???? If you say so. That thing looks and sounds like some sort of mutation from the Silent Hill series…. I’ll give them credit they’re due but, that thing creeps me out

  3. Smartalix says:

    Wicked cool, even if it does look like two guys are hiding inside bent at the waist facing each other.

  4. John says:

    Good boy! Now go find Sarah Conner for me.

  5. MacBandit says:

    Holy crap this is old. I saw this exact same video at least 3 years ago.

  6. Rob Nee says:

    OK, that’s really cool but if these guys can make the most seemingly organic robot out there why can’t they muffle that annoying buzzing sound!?!?!?!?

  7. David says:

    So in the near future we’re all going to be riding mules around instead of cars? I guess that’s progress. 🙂

  8. noname says:

    This would a great as a Mars Exploration rover, if solar cells can supply required energy.

    How does it handle navigating rocks and steeping in to holes?

  9. Simon says:

    wow they even simulated the flies that hang around a donkeys “ass”

    wonder if its fuel efficient to run? must be heavy with a payload. does it eat hay and if so where is its mouth?

    can it swim or cross deepish rivers and if so could it double as search and rescue diver on the bottom?

  10. Don says:

    It would be a hit at parties delivering drinks if someone could only eliminate that annoying hum.

  11. Simon says:

    i agree it would be a hit at parties. apart for nibbles and drink delivery, That stumble recovery system could be taught to drunks, and that kick could be usefull to stop unwanted guests or authorities.

    as for the annoying hum, just plug your mp3 player into and it would crank out the tunes, droning the noise. big bASS if its feet could transfer the vibrations into the floor too.

  12. K B says:

    Give Sag credit, at least when he says “Let’s find…”, he doesn’t mean YOU go find…

    When I started watching Sag’s video, I was skeptical, but as it progressed I was impressed, and by the end I wanted one as a pet !


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