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07.25.13 Andy Cush

RHex, a small, six-legged robot, is designed to navigate tough terrain, with springy limbs, relatively high speed, and the ability to move even after its been flipped upside-down. According to Boston Dynamics, creators of one of several RHex types, the bot “climbs in rock fields, mud, sand, vegetation, railroad tracks, telephone poles and up slopes […]

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07.05.13 Kyle Petreycik

A group of Parkour “traceurs” in Cambridge made this video to show “some clean movement at a few of the choice spots in the city.” Watch above as Ampisound team member James Kingston leaps from building to building at quite the dizzying pace as if it’s you. The filming is reminiscent of Mirror’s Edge, a popular parkour game from 2007 […]

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01.13.12 Bucky Turco

Parkour enthusiast Keith “Spyder” Horan really likes to use the city like it’s a giant jungle gym. A recently uploaded clip on YouTube shows the urban gymnast, who apparently is part of a team, doing all sorts of gravity defying stunts that are by all means impressive. Look at this guy go! […]

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07.08.11 Marina Galperina

How could they? The very charm of Rusky parkour lies in its incredibly shitty production value and life threatening interactions with dilapidated Soviet architecture… and this? This might be the most overproduced Slav freerunning video of all time. Sacrilege! […]

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