The first Russian four-legged robot caught on video

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The first Russian four-legged robot caught on video

The first Russian four-legged robot caught on video

Specialists from the Research Institute of Mechanics of Moscow State University and the Volt Brothers project, the first robotic dog in Russia. The video is published by the Lenta Kindness telegram channel.

The 15-kilogram four-legged robot moves thanks to three electric motors. Engineers are finalizing the functional component of the machine, which is planned to be used in Russian universities and scientific organizations as a research platform.

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