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Cassie (the robot) Sets World Record for 100M Run

Jonn

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It seems Cassie has been drinking since she can't stay in her dedicated lane. :eek:
 

Jonn

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Does Cassie's design mean that human knees should bend in the opposite direction, as the herons, for greater functionality? :oops:
 

Crossbreed

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Does Cassie's design mean that human knees should bend in the opposite direction, as the herons, for greater functionality? :oops:
Cassie's knees work the same as ours. She runs on her toes.
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Crossbreed

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You are taking things too seriously. ;)
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(Don't you mean literally...?)
Anatomy Eidonomy & zoology are two of my special interests.
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It is very similar to the hind legs of a horse :horseface: or a :dog: dog. It is modeled on ostrich legs.
 
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