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-===== JenaHopper ===== 
-[[projects:​projects_gait_stability#​jena_hopper|JenaHopper]] is a monopedal robot designed for investigating the role of leg segmentation in compliant legs. Experiments on JenaHopper have shown that the leg design enables for highly simplified control strategies to stabilize hopping. \\ 
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-The robot [[projects:​projects_gait_stability#​jena_hopper|JenaHopper]] was recently described in a review article in Science Magazine. Here, the stabilizing behaviour of BioLegI is shown for emphasizing the importance of compliant legs in locomotion.\\ 
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-**Pfeifer et. al.**, Self-Organization,​ Embodiment, and Biologically Inspired Robotics, \\ 
-[[http://​www.sciencemag.org/​content/​318/​5853/​1088.abstract|Science vol. 318, no. 5853, pp. 1088-1093, 2007]] 
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-**Seyfarth et al.**, [[http://​lauflabor.ifs-tud.de/​files/​papers/​Seyfarth06FastMotions.pdf|Running and Walking with Compliant Legs]], Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 383-402, 2006  
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-===== MarcoHopper ===== 
-The MarcoHopper is designed for vertical jumping experiments. Based on sensory information the robot learns its own body dynamics in order to control its movements.