BIN HUR

Biologically INspired HUmanoid Robot


BIN HUR
Photo: Sebastian Bartsch, DFKI GmbH

Technical Details

Size: 12cm x 20 cm x 40cm
Weight: 1,5 Kg
Power supply: LiPo Battery pack with 1440mAh at 7,4V
Actuation/ Engine:
17 Kondo KRS786 ICS Red Servos + 1 Volz MicroMaxx XP digital Servo
Sensors:
Motor current and position, ADXL 202 Accelerometer, Four switches per foot, CMUCam2
Communication:
MPC565 PhyCore as central processing unit, Bluetooth module for wireless communication

Organisational Details

Application Field: Assistance- and Rehabilitation Systems
This system is not actively used anymore.

System description

The BIN HUR project deals with the locomotion control of a humanoid robot which, by means of a balance behavior, is in a position to keep its equilibrium in spite of external disturbances. A model for this biologically inspired approach is the human walking mechanism. As opposed to wheeled systems, BIN HUR features a complex morphology with a vast number of degrees of freedom, a prerequisite to act in a flexible ways.

Videos

BIN HUR: Biologically INspired HUmanoid Robot

Biologisch inspirierter humanoider Roboter

Back to the list of robot systems
© DFKI GmbH
last updated 10.09.2019
to top