Bipedal robot center of pressure feedback simulation for center of mass learning

Afrizal Mayub, Fahmizal Fahmizal, Lazfihma Lazfihma


This research aims to create a walking bipedal robot with center of pressure feedback simulation for the center of mass learning, describe its feasibility for learning, describe students' motivation to learn, and describe students' science literacy after using it. The research method used ADDIE (analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation). The research data was obtained using a motivation scale questionnaire, science literacy scale, and feasibility scale. The research sample was 48 people; after the research obtained, the simulation of bipedal robot pressure center feedback for center of mass learning can be implemented with the principle of the robot's center of mass detected on the sole of the robot's foot equipped with a force sensitive resistor (FSR) sensor, the position of the center of mass is visible on the monitor screen as a center of mass learning, so that it can motivate students to learn and improve students' science literacy. This can be seen from the feasibility scale score, motivation scale, and science literacy scale of 4.133, 4.072, and 4.067 (scale 1 to 5), respectively, in the "good" category.


Bipedal robot; Center of pressure; Center of mass; Learning; Simulation; Science literacy

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IAES International Journal of Robotics and Automation (IJRA)
ISSN 2089-4856, e-ISSN 2722-2586
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