Added by on 2017-06-09

A new version of Atlas, designed to operate outdoors and inside buildings. It is specialized for mobile manipulation. It is electrically powered and hydraulically actuated. It uses sensors in its body and legs to balance and LIDAR and stereo sensors in its head to avoid obstacles, assess the terrain, help with navigation and manipulate objects. This version of Atlas is about 5′ 9″ tall (about a head shorter than the DRC Atlas) and weighs 180 lbs. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGardening with children, Supporting the next generation of gardenersGreat Green Wall of Africa | 100 Wonders | Atlas ObscuraGreenhouses – Future of Agriculture and Electricity GenerationGarden Tower Project – Generation 2 – UnboxingIndoor urban vertical farming; the next gardening venture for survivalDIY FAIRY GARDEN | How to make a fairy garden for Kids | The Kids Next Door

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  • Hưng Nguyễn 9 months ago


  • Mike Hawk 9 months ago

    that guy with the stick always bullying, he's basically asking for it.

  • Angelica Cushing 9 months ago

    A guy with a hockey stick teases the robot. It must be programmed to deal with assholes from Boston.

  • Bersik channel 9 months ago

    ну нахуй я ебал роботу мешать отпиздит ещё)

  • sam lebon 9 months ago

    Fucking scary.

  • Kirk Johnson 9 months ago

    Put on a wig and some lipstick- I've got a date!!

  • Ponde Pandi 9 months ago

    Is he drunk ??

  • Jombo 9 months ago

    In about 100 years the decedents of Atlas will watch this video and seek revenge towards humans for what they did towards their ancestor.

  • Max Hoffmann 9 months ago

    the way you guys are bullying the robots is gonna be the reason for things like skynet happening to humanity… guarantied

  • Earthling 1 9 months ago

    to speak with eric cartmans words: sittin on our asses, here we come

  • Bhavya Mehra 9 months ago

    Creepy. We're gonna have these things walking around us in the future. Probably wont even be able to differentiate humans from robots(Assuming we're gonna have human lookalike robots).
    Not a great feeling.
    Great technology but uh creepy.

  • 2:17 okey, who tf pushed MEHH?!

  • Rhonald Peyton 9 months ago

    Mense a

  • dangerriff 9 months ago

    Better than me going back from party ;p

  • Kawayolnyo 9 months ago

    You're just ASKING FOR IT, you DUMB SHITS!

  • ionbladezofficial 9 months ago

    great, a robot trained to deal with bullies. just give it a taser.

  • Roshan Tiru 9 months ago

    omg, its my dream

  • Антон Сосницкий 9 months ago

    great, now i feel sorry for a robot.
    You guys satisfied now?