This LEGO biped robot can walk and turn using just two motors, so the third could be used for moving the arms. It was invented as a platform for a humanoid robotic SUMO contest, but it proved to be too lightweight for that purpose. The biped robot walks by swinging the weight (the NXT) from side to side at a rate that is the natural pulsation of the mechanical system, an inverted pendulum: the resonance allows using only a few energy to get wide oscillations. To keep the legs movement in sync with the oscillation of the NXT, the angle of swinging motor is measured. A touch sensor acts as limit switch to reset the upper body at the beginning of the program.
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