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Pogo-Style Robot Legs Allow 9-Foot Bounces 42

Posted by timothy
from the mind-the-parquet dept.
destinyland writes "A new pogo stick jumps nine feet using legs developed for running robots. (It replaces the stick's spring with a fiber-reinforced 'bow' that was developed at Carnegie Mellon's Robotics institute.) One scientist even suggests robots could use its 'BowGo' technology in the low-gravity environment of the moon. 'Hopping many meters above ground level, the robot would have an excellent view of the terrain.'"
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Pogo-Style Robot Legs Allow 9-Foot Bounces

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