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Most of the work coming out of robotics powerhouse Boston Dynamics looks like it just came off a movie set. But it’s demonstrations like the recently released video of DARPA’s LS3 Legged Squad Support System going through it’s paces–climbing up hills, over rocky terrain, through brush, tracking humans (in a good way)–that make you notice it’s the real thing. [via Wired]

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  1. i’ll get you, my pretty. and your creepy dog, too.

  2. Calling Ray Bradbury…

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