Atlas humanoid robot showcase its morning gym routine

Boston Dynamic’s Atlas humanoid robot hit again : the robot showcase its morning gym routine and make us speechless.

In the new update Atlas AI includes motion interpolation calculation for its whole body . the new algorithm transforms high-level descriptions of each maneuver into dynamically-feasible reference motions.

Atlas tracks the motions using a model predictive controller that smoothly blends from one maneuver to the next. Using this approach, the routine significantly faster than previous gym routines, with a performance success rate of about 80%.

Similar to Spot robot, this is a research platform designed to push the limits of whole-body mobility. Atlas’s advanced control system and state-of-the-art hardware give the robot the power and balance to demonstrate human-level agility.

Atlas in the official website


  • 28 Hydraulic Actuators
  • Speed : 1.5 m/s
  • Weight : 80kg – full 3D printed +  Aluminium chassis
  • Vision : Lidar+ Depth Cameras


Some people in video comment are already thinking outside-the-box in terms of potential uses for such an agile, powerful machine :

“Who needs an Area 51 raid, when you have Boston Dynamics.” .

“The thing will wander the streets looking for a place to plug in because the battery pack won’t be big enough”

” They will Atlas’s  Tesla supercharger one day. ”


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