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Open Source Robot Runs on an Atom, Does Flips

Robotis is shipping an 18-inch, humanoid Darwin-OP robot developed as an open source robotics research platform by Virginia Tech’s Robotics Mechanisms Laboratory (RoMeLa). The Linux-ready Darwin-OP can walk, kick a ball, and pick itself up after falling over -- thanks to an Intel Atom-based FitPC2i SBC (single board computer, an ARM Cortex-M3 based management controller, 20 actuators, and audio/video sensors....

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