bipedal


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Related to bipedal: quadrupedal, Bipedal posture

bip·e·dal

(bip'ĕ-dal),
1. Relating to a biped.
2. Capable of locomotion on two feet; for example, iguanas and some other varieties of lizard have this capability.

bipedal

(bī-pĕd′l) or

biped

(bī′pĕd′)
adj.
1. Having two feet; two-footed.
2. Walking on two feet.

bi·ped′al·ism (-pĕd′l-ĭz′əm), bi′pe·dal′i·ty (-pə-dăl′ĭ-tē) n.
bi·ped′al·ly adv.

bipedal

adjective Referring to or capable of locomotion on two feet.

bipedal

adjective Capable of locomotion on 2 feet

bip·e·dal

(bip'ĕ-dal)
1. Relating to a biped.
2. Capable of locomotion on two feet.
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Padir expects WPI's bipedal robot and other autonomous technology to go where it's too dangerous for people to tread and perform emergency tasks beyond the capabilities of traditional robots.
The hiker said that he did not think this supposed Yeti, which was moving evidently bipedal with impressive speed without any snowshoes or a backpack and was wearing all one colored clothes, could be a bear or a wild animal.
Coming in first place in the trial round, Shaft is a bipedal robot developed by a Japanese startup recently purchased by Google.
The dynamic balancing principles employed by this robot are used in Boston Dynamics machines including Atlas, the bipedal humanoid shown on the opposite page.
Generally, a bipedal locomotion system consists of several rigid bodies that are interconnected through articulated and actuated joints [3-5].
A force plate (type 9286AA: Kistler Instrumente AG, Winterthur, Switzerland) was used to determine the center of pressure during unipedal and bipedal standings.