AI News, CMU Snake Robots Can Now Strangle Things on Contact
- On Tuesday, February 13, 2018
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CMU Snake Robots Can Now Strangle Things on Contact
As far as the robot is concerned, I imagine that your neck probably makes for a perfectly acceptable vantage point from which to survey an area, at least until you pass out and fall over.
Using the accelerometers inside each module of the snake robot we are able to detect when the robot hits a pole or branch after being thrown and have the robot automatically perch on contact.
Incidentally, robotic snakes totally stole the fly n' grab trick from real snakes, some of whom launch themselves from trees and glide to other trees, grabbing on with their bodies on impact.
Man scrawls suicide note on side of van then DECAPITATES himself by tying a rope around his neck and attaching it to a fire hydrant before driving off
Scroll down for video Witnesses described how he then got into his van and pressed on the throttle. His body was thrown out of the vehicle and was seen lying on the street by stunned drivers. According to CBS DFW the van eventually came to a stop without running into any cars or pedestrians. Witnesses described on social media how the body was still in the road hours later as police cleaned up the scene.
It is a first-person shooter that was developed in 2010 and is set in the Second World War and the Cold War. Gamers are armed with machine guns, rifles, pistols and grenades and play a fast-paced game of kill or be killed. Last year, a coroner in Britain stated that four teenage suicides were partly to blame on versions of the game. A
Father builds guillotine and chops off his own hand in bid to end years of agony after accident left him in pain but doctors did not help...and it still hurts
motorcycle crash victim has amputated his injured hand with a homemade guillotine to end 16 years of unbearable pain only to find his arm still hurts.
The father-of-one took a fortnight to build the guillotine using an axe, some springs and an old gate post, which took his left hand off ten days ago.
The unemployed former garage owner, who is right handed, says his severe pain began after a 1998 motorbike accident left him with nerve damage.
'So It took it off myself and now there is no reason why the can't operate.' When he sliced it off his horrified wife Samantha came home ten minutes later and found her husband had tossed the severed limb onto a fire in the garden.
He takes 40 painkillers a day but wants a device called a spinal stimulator implanted into his back to ease his pain.
Mr Goddard insist he has undergone three psychiatric evaluations and passed all of them and police admitted that he was still 'rational' after his amputation.
He also says he barely felt anything as his homemade guillotine came down because he used a weight strapped to it to ensure it had enough force to amputate his hand.
got my wife cleaning the car and went down to the shed, assembled the gadget outside, put my arm under it, looked away - and dropped the axe.
'She called the emergency services and the police and ambulance turned up.' The former garage owner had suffered excruciating nerve pain since he was in a motorbike accident when he was 28 years old.
He was riding through London when a car came speeding around a corner and knocked him off, cracking a vertebrae in his neck, damaging his spine and shattering his clavicle.
Mark added: 'I've been experiencing chronic pain ever since my accident but they refused to amputate because my hand is still useful 'I've explained to doctors, psychologists and specialists that if this pain isn't stopped I would remove the limb myself.
Mark's wife Samantha, 43, who has supported his efforts to have his arm surgically removed, told The Sun: ' I knew he was up to something that day, but I thought he was planning a secret treat as a surprise.
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