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HRP-4 - The Bipedal Robot
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HRP-4 - The Bipedal Robot
HRP-4 is the latest humanoid robot out of Japan. It's has a wide range of features, but most amazing is its ability to balance and even stand on one leg.


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Posted by nova on October 11, 2010
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