links about Evolvable hardware in general:
Papers on Agent Oriented Methodology using robotic soccer agents
Making Soft Robotic actuators from 3D printed molds with "oogoo"; hardware
store caulking and corn starch
Robotics: Algorithms for Walking, Running, Swimming, Flying, and
what you can do with Lego RCX and a few odds and ends...
http://mapage.noos.fr/chrismaker/air-muscle.htm Air Muscles
from ballon and cable organizer sleeve" +
http://elm-chan.org/works/ltc/report.html Tiny Desktop
Line Following Robot +
http://perso.freelug.org/legway/LegWay.html A two wheel
balanceing robot made with legos+
http://www.pololu.com/ Nice kits, gear trains, motors,
http://www.bugbotwars.com/kits/index.htm Many sensor and
control kits. Low cost. Based on the islands+
http://home.wanadoo.nl/m.m.avos/pathfinder.htm Easy to
build line follower.
...people may mostly let their legs swing as they would on their own, then
add a little control and power, yielding a gait with inherently low energetic
and control demands. In contrast to rigidly joint-controlled robots, walking
robots based on passive-dynamic principles can have human-like efficiency
and actuation requirements
MIT lego robot contests (very advanced in many cases)
simulating a nervous network on a processor
GRAS is a simulator for mechanical robots. The GRAS program is written in
the Java language for maximum portability and ease of use.
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