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RHex rough-terrain robot

RHex rough-terrain robot

(1:53) Designed for mobility on rough terrain, RHex is operated remotely and includes a high-resolution video uplink. RHex can operate right-side-up or up-side down and runs for up to four hours on one battery charge. RHex has been around for several years, but this version is designed for ruggedness, long battery life, maintainability, and improved mobility. Funded by the US Army's Rapid Equipping Force. www.BostonDynamics.com

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cengland0 cengland0 (2265 days ago)
I see it had to turn around to go the way it came. Suppose it can't go backwards?
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I see it had to turn around to go the way it came. Suppose it can't go backwards?
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Guest: (2264 days ago)
Latest comment: You have the uncanny knack of stating the bleeding obvious.
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Latest comment: You have the uncanny knack of stating the bleeding obvious.
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Guest: (2267 days ago)
That deals with some pretty rough terrain!
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That deals with some pretty rough terrain!
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