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Boston Dynamics’ Spot Robot Plays Dead

Boston Dynamics’ Spot Robot Plays Dead
We’ve seen Boston Dynamics’ animal-inspired robots perform some impressive tasks over the years, from stacking boxes, to doing backflips, to performing sick dance moves, to pulling an airplane. But you can’t expect robot perfection 100% of the time, can you?

Listen to the Sound of Our Robotic Doom

Listen to the Sound of Our Robotic Doom
What you are seeing is the end times my friends. A world where robot dogs not only hunt you down but they run in packs and they haul equipment from one place to another in a dog sled formation.
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Boston Dynamics’ Handle Robot Carries and Stacks Boxes

Boston Dynamics’ Handle Robot Carries and Stacks Boxes
We first saw Boston Dynamics’ Handle robot rolling about and balancing like a boss back in 2017. Now, the robot has been reimagined as a “mobile manipulation robot designed for logistics.” All I know is that this robot looks like trouble.

Boston Dynamics’ SpotMini Robot Wants to Uptown Funk You Up

Boston Dynamics’ SpotMini Robot Wants to Uptown Funk You Up
Boston Dynamics continues to crank out creepy robots of questionable value to humanity. We’ve seen its SpotMini robot navigate around a warehouse before, looking for human souls to consume and heads to wear. Now the quadruped is doing something even more scary – dancing to Uptown Funk.

Boston Dynamics Hopes to Produce 1,000 Robots a Year by 2019

Boston Dynamics Hopes to Produce 1,000 Robots a Year by 2019
If you want a robotic army to take over the world, you’ll need the ability to mass produce them. That’s why Boston Dynamics has announced it expects to be ramped up to build over 1,000 of its SpotMini robotic dogs per year by the end of 2019.

Boston Dynamic’s ATLAS Robot Escapes

Boston Dynamic’s ATLAS Robot Escapes
Don’t say we didn’t warn you about the impending robot apocalypse. One of the most terrifying robots on the horizon has to be Boston Dynamics‘ ATLAS robot. Terrifying because they are teaching this thing to do all kinds of new tricks.

Watch Boston Dynamics’ SpotMini Navigate Around the Office

Watch Boston Dynamics’ SpotMini Navigate Around the Office
Boston Dynamics continues to build out their robotic menagerie with more sophisticated, agile, and intelligent robots. A recently published video shows the company’s SpotMini robot autonomously navigating around their offices. It basically just shows off the fact that these things will be able to seek and destroy humans, even in an office environment.

Two Robots Do Some Dirty Dancing

Two Robots Do Some Dirty Dancing
Actually, what you are about to watch is a video from Agility Robotics of Cassie, a two-legged, ostrich-inspired robot and one of Boston Dynamics’ Spot quadruped robots. They are having a creepy little playdate. Awww. Isn’t that adorable?

Boston Dynamics Releases Official Footage of Handle Robot

Boston Dynamics Releases Official Footage of Handle Robot
You might remember that leaked footage of Boston Dynamics’ latest killer robot, Handle. Well now they’ve released an official video of Handle so we can all be officially terrified. This wheel-legged robot is the stuff of nightmares.

Video Surfaces of Boston Dynamics’ Handle 2-Wheeled Robot

Video Surfaces of Boston Dynamics’ Handle 2-Wheeled Robot
By now we are all familiar with Boston Dynamics’ menagerie of impressive, yet frightening robots. From self-balancing, self-correcting robot “dogs” that are walking nightmares, to weird looking humanoids. Now meet Handle, another creepy robot. This one runs around on two legs and two wheels.

Atlas Humanoid Robot Can Now Walk over Tricky Terrain

Atlas Humanoid Robot Can Now Walk over Tricky Terrain
Researchers at the Institute for Human & Machine Cognition have programmed Boston Dynamics’ Atlas humanoid robot to walk over partial footholds thanks to a new balancing algorithm. Essentially this means that it can handle rougher terrain as it chases humans down to put them in human zoos a few years from now.

Boston Dynamics’ Atlas Humanoid Robot Balances on One Foot

Boston Dynamics’ Atlas Humanoid Robot Balances on One Foot
Despite years of trying, humanoid robots still have problems staying upright, especially in unusual situations, but they are making some progress. Check out this video showing Boston Dynamics’ Atlas robot balancing on one foot on the edge of a plywood board about 0.8 inches thick.

Woman Comes Across Boston Dynamics Walking an Atlas Robot in the Woods

Woman Comes Across Boston Dynamics Walking an Atlas Robot in the Woods
This is the world that we are living in. A woman was walking her dog in the woods and came across a team from Boston Dynamics, walking one of their Atlas robots. Crazy. I guess we all have our pets.

Boston Dynamics SpotMini: The Mech with a Mouth

Boston Dynamics SpotMini: The Mech with a Mouth
Remember SpotMini, the Boston Dynamics robot dog of doom that does chores around the house? Well, he’s back, and it turns out he has a really foul mouth. This parody video comes from British comedian vagabonds.

SpotMini Is a Robot Dog That Does Chores for You

SpotMini Is a Robot Dog That Does Chores for You
Boston Dynamics, known for their ATLAS, BigDog and AlphaDog robots, has just revealed a smaller dog-like creation called SpotMini. It’s a robotic dog for around the house. It will even do the dishes. This robot weighs 55 pounds on its own, or 65 pounds with its long articulated arm attached.

ATLAS Robot Gets Foul Mouthed

ATLAS Robot Gets Foul Mouthed
We’ve seen what Boston Dynamics ATLAS robot can do. It’s an impressive piece of engineering. Surely a milestone on the journey to humanity’s ultimate destruction. But what would ATLAS say if we could hear his thoughts?
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