The development of Boston Dynamics — a two-legged humanoid robot named Atlas — presented its abilities for “roboparkour.” A demo video from the company shows how professionally Atlas has completed the task of delivering a bag with tools to the top of scaffolding.

Performing tasks, robot with drawers climbing an improvised staircase, balancing on the board. He gives his burden to a man and tumbles in the air at 540 degrees.

Atlas team leader Scott Quindersem stressed that this video demonstrates the new possibilities of controlling humanoid robots. He hopes the team will be able to create technology to adapt robots to physically complex work.

We remind you that the Japanese company TMSUK presented the work SPD1. Outwardly, it resembles a spider, and its purpose is to replace employees who monitor the state of the city sewer.