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You’ve seen it in many movies or anime. Humans wear suits or a piece of armour like Robots. (Robots Take Over)
This method seems like the easiest way to control a robot. But Is it possible to control a giant robot like this?
When you think of a wearable robot, you think of Iron Man. But I want to talk about bigger robots. There is a special definition used for these. (Mecha) derives from the Japanese word for Mechanic. These are gigantic robots but with human-like limbs. Thus, Iron Monger, one of his enemies rather than Iron Man, falls into this category.
In fictional stories, we often see them as war machines.
But sometimes they can also serve civic purposes, such as lifting heavy loads or acting as a police or firefighter.
But can such robots make in real life? It has already begun. So who did it? Those who dream of it first. Then those who draw that dream on paper and turn it into manga. Then those who revive that drawing and turn it into an anime. The Japanese built a robot called Kuratas. They currently see it as an art project. Once again, we understand that art and design have a very direct relationship with technology.
Since this robot named Kuratas is an artistic design, the weapons on it are not real. He fires a water bottle instead of a bullet. All you have to do is laugh in the cockpit to fire. So try not to be funny when you encounter such a robot. As I said, this project is more of artistic, experimental work.
There is also an American company that has started to work for sports purposes.
Founded in 2014, this company called MegaBots produced the prototypes in 2015.
In the future, instead of boxers fighting in rings, we may see giant robots fighting in stadiums.
I wanna come to my favourite one that produces by Boston Dynamics. They have amazing humanoid robots that name model is Atlas.
Their capabilities grow very fast from year to year.
Atlas has one of the world’s most compact mobile hydraulic systems. A custom battery, valves, and a compact hydraulic power unit enable Atlas to deliver high power to any of its 28 hydraulic joints for impressive feats of mobility.
Atlas’s advanced control system enables diverse and agile locomotion, while algorithms reason through complex dynamic interactions involving the whole body and environment to plan movements.