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Bruno

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Bruno is a small soccer-playing robot that can run, kick, and pass. Since 2008, it has been helping the Darmstadt Dribblers become one of the deadliest teams in the RoboCup soccer tournament.

Creator
Hajime Research Institute and TU Darmstadt
Country
Germany πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ
Year
2010
Type
Humanoids, Research
Creator
Hajime Research Institute and TU Darmstadt
Country
Germany πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ
Year
2010
Type
Humanoids, Research

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Specs

FEATURES
Capable of running with a dynamic gait, standing up after falls, and faking shots.
HEIGHT
58.5 cm | 23 in
LENGTH
15 cm | 5.9 in
WIDTH
28 cm | 11 in
WEIGHT
3.3 kg | 7.3 lb
SPEED
1.55 km/h | 1 mph (max)

SENSORS
Camera, three gyroscopes, three-axis accelerometer.
ACTUATORS
18 Dynamixel RX-28 actuators and three RX-64 actuators.
POWER
2100-mAh lithium-polymer battery, 30 minutes of operation
COMPUTING
CompuLab fit-PC2 with Intel Atom 1.6 GHz and Renesas SuperH 7211 160 MHz microcontroller
SOFTWARE
Voyage Linux OS with RT-Preempt real-time patch. Custom software developed in C++ and XABSL.
DEGREES OF FREEDOM (DOF)
21 (Leg: 6 DoF x 2; Arm: 3 DoF x 2; Waist: 1 DoF; Neck: 2 DoF)
MATERIALS
Mostly aluminum; some parts made with rapid-prototyping methods.
COST
€15,000 (estimated hardware cost; not for sale)
STATUS
Inactive
HISTORY
N/A
WEBSITE
http://www.dribblers.de

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