Antique Technology in 1960s


General Electric Cybernetic Walking Machine

Walking Machine

Human Quadruped Operation

The General Electric Walking Machine was dynamically stable quadruped robot designed in the late 1960s by Ralph Mosher. The Walking Machine Designed to be a vehicle that could go over terrain that was inaccessible to wheeled machines. The CAM or cybernetic anthropomorphous machine utilized stepping action movement across rugged terrain.  The Walking Truck traversed the landscape on mechanical legs.
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Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-105 Orbital Aircraft Spiral

mig 105 1960s soviet space plane

Spiral MiG-105 :

The MiG-105 was part of a program known as the Spiral : a manned test vehicle to explore low-speed handling and landing. A Soviet project to create an orbital space plane. This was originally conceived in response to the X-20 Dyna-Soar military space project and may have been influenced by contemporary manned lifting body research being conducted by NASA’s Flight Research Center in California.

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