hexapod


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hexapod

[′hek·sə‚päd]
(control systems)
A robot that uses six leglike appendages to stride over a surface.
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With actuators optimized to have a very long stroke, a hexapod remains relatively compact but can address applications that require a large amount of motion, such as flight and driving simulators.
The hexapod robot is a six legged robot with 3 degree of freedom in each leg.
CMU algorithms enable the hexapod system to track its own motion, filter the undesired motion component, and deflect the tool tip with equal and opposite motion to reduce tremor amplitude
To begin the tuning process for the motion base system, which includes the hexapod apparatus that enables the vehicle to move with six degrees of freedom, a core group of simulation engineers and psychologists who research human factors performed the initial testing.
Jung) titulado Tripod Gaits for Fault Tolerance of Hexapod Walking Machines with a Locked Joint Failure, analiza el tripode de apoyo durante la marcha y el rango de estabilidad sobre plano horizontal; de igual manera se estudio la cinematica de cada una de las patas, para determinar el rango maximo y minimo de movimiento durante la caminata.
The Mantis Hexapod was a favourite sight for many visitors to the MakerFaire
On base of modular hardware system hexapod walking device MAK-1 was developed.
There was also a semi-autonomously flying Hummingbird and Giant Hexapod Spider, alongside exhibitions and lawn mower racing demonstrations, workshops for children and fairground rides.
At nearly three meters tall and five meters in diameter with hydraulic legs, it is the largest, all-terrain operational hexapod robot in the world.
Hexapod robots are one of the most stable walking robots and have a large number of different gaits, which gives user the wider range of control.
Chapter six, comprising more than half the book, contains a phylogenetic catalog of currently recognized hexapod taxa, focusing on morphological differences but including supplementary information on geography, physiology, fossil record, and economic and ecological roles.