Headless Kenshiro muscle-bot gets ripped at the gym

Kenshiro: It better wipe down the bench when it’s done.
(Credit: University of Tokyo)
Is a robot with muscles and bones any more freaky than one with servomotors?
Researchers at the University of Tokyo have been building a humanoid robot called Kenshiro that moves around with muscles that work with small pulleys.
Initially developed as a scrawny kid-bot in 2001, Kenshiro has been packing on muscle mass. With a total of 70 degrees of freedom, or axes of motion, it now has 160 muscles, with 22 in its neck, 12 in its shoulders, 76 in its abdomen, and 50 in its legs.
But it’s still designed to…

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