A team of researchers from MIT, UC Berkeley and UC Santa Cruz has built a small robot that uses two legs and a steering wheel to create a robot car.
The robot is called robo-kart, and it was unveiled this week at the International Robo-Kart Expo in Barcelona, Spain.
The team’s robot, called a robo car, can navigate itself by using GPS to detect obstacles and turn around.
The robo cars were created to help create self-driving vehicles, and the team says they will eventually build a fully autonomous robo truck.
Here’s what the team said about their new robot car: “We created a simple robot that has four legs, a steering device, and a pair of wheels.
This robot is designed to drive itself without human intervention.
It can drive around, turn around, and can even perform tricks like turning left or right.”
The robot-karts robot has a battery pack, which runs on electricity, and has a range of around 60 kilometers (37 miles).
Here’s the team’s video of the robot running around, from its inception to the unveiling.
“We’re still very much in the process of making this robot more flexible, more autonomous, more versatile, and ultimately capable of running on its own.
So far, we’re working on making the robot smarter and more robust and more responsive to its environment.
But in order to get there, we have to overcome some challenges,” said the team in a press release.
“Our goal is to create robots that are as intelligent as humans, yet with less weight and bulk than human beings.
And we believe our new robot, Robo-karten, will be able to do just that.”
You can see the robot run around in this video of its debut at the Barcelona Robo-Expo.
Here are a few photos of the robo karts, with the team showing off its three wheels and a few other parts.
The robots body is made of aluminum, and they can turn around using four legs.
The legs of the vehicle are connected to the steering device by four rubber feet.
Robo-cars have long been a target for self-learning robots, but the researchers say that their robot is the first to build its own motors and a driver-less steering system.
They say that the robot will be ready for use by the end of the year.