Quadruped robots serve as bio-inspired systems that present design and control challenges. This Independent Study explored the basics of building, controlling, and simulating a quadruped robot and was an effort in collaboration with Hands-On Robotics. Following the Hands-on Robotics and Stanford Robotics Independent Study online curriculum, we assembled a Pupper quadruped robot. This report also discusses preliminary work designing and building a robotic arm end effector.
Mechanical Engineering and Material Sciences Independent Study
Date of Submission
Tilton, Liana; Siu, Clement; Nanez, Jack; Saltrelli, Max; Dickstein, Lila; and Tang, Joshua, "Foundations of the Pupper Quadruped Robot with Preliminary Work on an End Effector" (2022). Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Independent Study. 195.