How yo-yoing in the dark teaches robots to walk

By Paul Marks A ROBOT that can play with a yo-yo in the dark may sound as useful as a chocolate teapot, but it could be an important step towards creating highly mobile, low-cost robots. Studying the motions involved in rhythmic activities such as playing with a yo-yo and juggling could help make robots more stable when walking, says Peter Bentley, a specialist in bioinspired computing at University College London. “The cyclic dynamics of the yo-yo may share some properties with the cyclic behaviours of limb movement,
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