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Lecture 12: Lagrange Equations

Lecture 12: Lagrange Equations

This video was recorded at Stanford Engineering Everywhere CS223A - Introduction to Robotics. "Autonomous mobile robots have become a key technology for unmanned planetary missions. To cope with the rough terrain encountered on most of the planets of interest, new locomotion concepts for rovers and micro-rovers have to be developed and investigated. In this video sequence, we present an innovative off-road rover able to passively overcome unstructured obstacles of up to two times its wheel diameter. Using a rhombus configuration, this rover has one wheel mounted on a fork in the front, one wheel in the rear, and two bogies on each side..." See the whole transcript at Introduction to robotics - Lecture 12


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