Delft Biorobotics Laboratory aims at developing safe, efficient and novel robotic systems with biology related applications and/or biologically inspired designs, such as robotic arms that can be used for rehabilitation and bipedal walking machines.
Developed at the Delft Biorobotics Lab, Baps is an affordable autonomous 3D Walking robot that is known for its simple, low-power design. Baps is based on the principle of ballistic walking, which involves walking with free, unpowered movements.
Developed at the Delft Biorobotics Lab, Bob is a 3D Walking robot that is equipped with actuated ankles and knees. The passive dynamic biped lacks controls and is known for its 3D dynamic simulation as well as stability analysis.
Delft Biorobotics Lab. developed a biped humanoid robot called Flame. It has advanced actuators, can walk sideways, and can handle an 8-millimeter step-down disturbance.
Denise is a pneumatically powered walking robot. It uses the concept of passive dynamic walking and is a natural looking biped robot. Denise has bending, extending knees.
Lea serves as a home service robot, which is not only effective but affordable as well. Lea is capable of performing a variety of tasks, combining high-tech speech recognition, person tracking, object recognition as well as autonomous navigation.
Designed and developed at the Delft BioRobotics Lab Robby is an affordable service robot. It is capable of performing a variety of tasks, combining high-tech speech recognition, person tracking, object recognition as well as autonomous navigation.