Boston Dynamics introduced a ninda robot robot

Boston Dynamics has developed a human-like ATLAS robot, which deftly overcomes the bar of obstacles, demonstrating parkour elements.

The technical company published a short video in which a new two-legged robot demonstrates skill in the process of lifting to the top of towering boxes. For several years, Massachusetts engineers create automated mechanisms with unique capabilities, but now approached the development of not a simple assistant, but a potential combat system.

Boston Dynamics’s previous creations are able to make a flip back, open and hold the doors, wash the dishes, overcome obstacles, and now the elements of Parkura added to this list. In the process of movement, atlas uses its body to mobilize the ATLAS energy and limbs for 40 cm jumps, and is focused by computer vision, allowing you to identify the surrounding objects.

Such decisions can cause the interest of military technological agencies, law enforcement agencies and entertainment areas. With partial refinement, it will solve various tactical tasks.

An equally unique car control system is developing Ford. According to the patent, the company plans to create