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Cornell Robot walks 40 miles


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Research Robot walks 40 miles on one charge and no interferance from humans. Over the course of almost 31 hours, Ranger ambled along at 1.3 miles per hour for 397.75 laps around a running track, but managed to make the whole trek using just a nickel's worth of electricity.
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Super efficient, goes a full day strait, no recharges, one hell of a robot,




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