BigDog

The Most Advanced Quadruped Robot on Earth BigDog is the alpha male of the Boston Dynamics family of robots. It is a quadruped robot that walks, runs, and climbs on rough terrain and carries heavy loads. BigDog is powered by a gasoline engine that drives a hydraulic actuation system. BigDog's legs are articulated like an animals, and have compliant elements that absorb shock and recycle energy from one step to the next. BigDog is the size of a large dog or small mule, measuring 1 meter long …

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25 thoughts on “BigDog

  1. i would totally …
    i would totally ride that thing like a horse only mine would have a RPG on top on top so i can blast people that me off

  2. oh my god that …
    oh my god that looks so creepy.
    It reminds me of the Gekko from metal gear solid 4!!

  3. its purpose is to …
    its purpose is to carry supplies in rough terrains like iraq that vehicles cant travel over

  4. It looks and acts …
    It looks and acts like a horse with it’s head cut off, nice job guys.

  5. Perfect for stealth …
    Perfect for stealth missions!

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  6. usmcvet66, are u …
    usmcvet66, are u bringing some religious bs to this discussion? wow.

  7. pretty cool, but …
    pretty cool, but creepy as well. how would this be useful (in its current form) in combat? it makes a loud noise, which the enemy could here coming. and also, if one leg is damaged, the whole thing is screwed.

  8. This would be …
    This would be better if it had a machine gun and a flame thrower on top of it.

  9. When the guy kicks …
    When the guy kicks it, it stumbles around like a young foal…

    I’m impressed. And a bit scared. When this thing’s grandchildren are hunting us down in 20 years time, remember how it started 🙂

  10. Did you read the …
    Did you read the description? It states it uses a Gasoline engine.

  11. Sounds like it’s …
    Sounds like it’s about to murder someone, but awesome and entertaining.

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