Insert Coin semifinalist: cSpring bipedal robot platform hands-on

Insert Coin semifinalist: cSpring bipedal robot platform hands-on

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New Those looking to tinker with humanoid robots aren't exactly lacking for options these days, but Cognitive Spring is taking a slightly different approach than most with its Arduino-based cSpring bipedal robot -- one of the semifinalists in the Insert Coin competition here at Expand. Rather than offering a readymade...
Insert Coin semifinalist: cSpring bipedal robot platform hands-on
                                   

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