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  • BigDog is powered by a gasoline engine that drives a hydraulic actuation system.

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  • BigDog is being developed by Boston Dynamics with the goal of creating robots that have rough-terrain mobility that can take them anywhere on Earth that people and animals can go.

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  • He might not have Rosie the Robot’s charm and personality, but Boston Dynamics’ “packbot” BigDog is billed as the most advanced quadruped robot on earth.

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  • For several years, Boston Dynamics has been developing a quadruped robot for the U.S. military called BigDog, which now almost perfectly emulates canine walk and could be used as a pack mule.

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  • Someone sent me a link to a video clip of this "BigDog" robot.

    Boston Dynamics - BigDog robot

  • They’ve been investing in the development of a robotic pack-animal called the BigDog, which looks kind of like a headless metal dog/horse hybrid.

    You The Man Now, Dog | Blog | Futurismic

  • Just an embodiment of weird a contraption, this BigDog which is a four wheeled, four-men-powered bicycle is made by an amateur artist, Tom Wilson.

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  • "BigDog," developed by engineering company Boston Dynamics, was created to assist the U.S.

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  • Funded by DARPA, or the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency, this deer-like machine is called "BigDog" and can run at 4 mph and climb a hill of 35 degrees.

    Biology News

  • Scientists have developed the 'BigDog', billed as "the most advanced quadruped robot on earth", which they claim is able to carry up to four packs of military equipment on awkward terrain unsuitable for vehicles.

    The Times of India

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  • BigDog is a real robot. He was built by the Boston Dynamics Team and is really quite freaky, frankly.

    BigDog Youtube Video

    December 9, 2009