How Lizards, Robots Use Tails To Be More Agile

UC Berkeley researchers have demonstrated how an active tail can help lizards (and robots) control pitch during jumps and falls. Read more: http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/diy/dinosaurlike-tails-make-terrestrial-mobile-robots-more-agile

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5 thoughts on “How Lizards, Robots Use Tails To Be More Agile

  1. Drag Racing? cars …
    Drag Racing? cars have had these Tails for awhile now, but I guess an Active Tail would be good for off road vehicles, or Planetary Rovers

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