Lola is an advanced humanoid robot used in research on legged locomotion. It is a versatile, robust platform designed to demonstrate fast bipedal walking. The robot is mainly funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).
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Lola is named after the German experimental thriller film "Run Lola Run."
Full-sized humanoid with lightweight design. Robust to unexpected uneven and soft terrain. Can use hands for additional support.
- 65 cm
- 176 cm
- 43 cm
- 68 kg
- 3.38 km/h
Torso with iMAR iVRU-FC-C167 IMU. Feet with custom force-torque sensor. Hands with Schunk FTE-Axia80 force-torque sensor. Head with Intel RealSense T265 and D435 cameras. Joints with incremental (motor side) and absolute (link side) encoders.
Custom design with brushless DC motors and harmonic drive gears. Parallel kinematics in legs. Up to 380 Nm torque (knee joint with roller screw mechanism).
- Degrees of Freedom (DoF)
- 26 (Head: 2 DoF; Arm: 4 DoF x 2; Pelvis: 2 DoF; Leg: 7 DoF x 2)
Aluminum, 3D printed titanium, stainless steel.
Two mini-ITX industrial boards each with Intel Core i7-8700 (6x3.2 GHz) CPU and 32 GB DDR4 RAM; Nvidia Quadro P2000 GPU; ELMO servo controllers for each joint; EtherCAT communication bus.
QNX Neutrino RTOS 7.0 for control; Ubuntu 20.04 for computer vision; broccoli (https://gitlab.lrz.de/AM/broccoli).
24-V and 80-V circuit (external supply)