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android

 [an´droid]
resembling a human being.

an·dro·mor·phous

(an-drō-mōr'fŭs),
Having a male form or habitus.
Synonym(s): android
[andro- + G. morphē, form]

android

/an·droid/ (an´droid) resembling a man.

android

Etymology: Gk, andros + eidos, form
pertaining to something that is typically masculine, or manlike, such as an android pelvis.

android

1. A non-biological organism having human characteristics. A synthetic person or humanoid robot.
2. Man-like, male-like, as of the pelvis. Compare gynaecoid.

android

resembling a human being.
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The hexapod robot is a six legged robot with 3 degree of freedom in each leg.
By the second method, moving of the legged robot is performed using the sliders for rotation corresponding each motor marked with a number from 1 to 12.
Another method to move the legged robot is by using the slider for rotation and two slide bars to control the time (start and stop) correspond to each motor marked with a number from 1 to 12.
Twelve teams from nine countries were selected to participate in the RoboCup-2000 Sony Legged Robot League: (1) Laboratoire de Robotique de Paris (LRP) (France), (2) University of New South Wales (UNSW) (Australia), (3) Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), (4) Osaka University (Japan), (5) Humboldt University (Germany), (6) University of Tokyo (Japan), (7) University of Pennsylvania, (8) McGill University (Canada), (9) SWEDEN UNITED TEAM (Sweden), (10) MELBOURNE UNITED TEAM (Australia), (11) University of Rome (Italy), and (12) University of Essex (United Kingdom).
Third Place CS FREIBURG, Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat, Freiburg Legged Robot League First Place LES 3 MOUSQUETAIRES (LRP), Laboratoire de Robotique de PARIS Second Place UNSW-UNITED, University of New South Wales Third Place CMTRIO-99, Carnegie Mellon University
In addition to vision problems such as changing lighting conditions and color confusion, legged robots must cope with "bouncing images" because of successive legs hitting the ground.
Other articles in this issue discuss the champion teams for each league, the legged robot demonstration, and the RoboCup commentator systems.
The robot soccer player used in RoboCup Legged Robot Exhibition Match is based on OPEN-R (Fujita and Kageyama 1997), which is proposed by Sony as a standard architecture for robot entertainment systems (Fujita and Kitano 1998).
The 1998 exhibition featured many forms of locomotion, including a snake, legged robots, indoor wheeled robots and outdoor wheeled robots, OP#1, along with a face and a humanoid torso, used motion solely as a method of expressing emotion.
The Wilson-Cowan neural oscillator is also popular for modeling the CPG to control legged robots.
Machado, A literature review on the optimization of legged robots.
Google in particular has made a slew of robotics acquisitions: the company bought eight robotics companies in the second half of last year, including Boston Dynamics, a maker of legged robots that can balance well enough to climb over obstacles and run, and it recently agreed to buy drone maker Titan Aerospace, whose robotic aircraft could help bring the Internet to remote parts of the world.