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Evodyne Research Lab Interns Share Progress On Advanced Robotics Projects

Updated: Nov 17

Interns who joined Evodyne during the Fall 2023 season have already begun making significant progress in advancing the state of the art. Here are some exciting projects and updates.


EvoSerpent

With serious deep thinking, intern Michael Allen has managed to finally achieve real snake locomotion from a simple collection of robot parts. There are no wheels, no hidden feet, no tricks. This is an impressive achievement, since no other such snake robots exist.



Evodyne Pulse Motor

By utilizing her considerable cross-domain expertise which is the hallmark of a good roboticist, Aditi Lagisetty has upgraded an innovative yet reliable pulse motor design into a commercial product that can be bought and built by enthusiasts as a learning and enlightening project.





EvoDog Articulated Tail

After having thousands of Evodogs running amok amongst households, intern Eugenie Cha has succeeded in materializing a very common request: the dog should have a programmable articulated tail! With intern Aditya Mohan's assistance on the coding front, the result will now be incorporated into the official Evodog robot design.



We will continue to share their achievements as they push the envelope on advanced yet affordable robotics accessible to the masses.


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