Robo-Hound Shatters World Record: The Usain Bolt of Robots

Researchers from the Korean Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have unleashed Hound, a quadrupedal robot, setting a new global record in the 100-meter dash.

Hound sprinted the distance in an astonishing 19.87 seconds, surpassing the previous record set by DARPA's Cheetah in 2012 by 0.2 seconds. Clocking in at a speed of 18 km/h, Hound has officially become the Usain Bolt of the robot world.

With four legs and electric motors, Hound boasts impressive speed capabilities. Equipped with a sensor system, it navigates space adeptly, avoiding obstacles along the way.

This robotic marvel demonstrates the cutting-edge achievements in robotics, showcasing not only speed but also agility and advanced sensor technology.