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This is really amazing. While Atlas would not be able to do this in just any environment flawlessly every time, it is just a proof point of the complexity of motion and balance that Boston Dynamics' Atlas is capable of. They keep improving it. If you have seen what they have done with the mule and dog robots and how they keep making them smaller, electric, lighter, and more dextrous, you can see the path towards visble and useful commercial and even consumer robots that can be used for many different tasks. Of course price will be the final barrier to work through. Moore's law will help, as will the advances made in locomotion, manipulators, servos, computer vision, and AI.

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Here i listed the top 10 robots for high schools and universities robotics competition this year, comments to share your thoughts. #roboticscompetition

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Sharp IR Sensor / Шарп ИР Датчик (GP2Y0A21) + Arduino Nano / Uno
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Read up on the intersection of smart cities and UTM (UAS Traffic Management).

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Good view of consumer robotics.

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