How to produce feasible robots obtaining their morphology and control through evolution?
To this end, we propose using the components of a modular robotic architecture as the basic constructive elements for morphological evolution. This architecture presents a series of features to increase the evolvability of the system such as heterogeneous modules and a large number of connecting faces per module. Thus, useful robots can be deployed in a short time using only a few modules. In this video, some examples of ad hoc configurations are shown to test the architecture.
Other evolved morphologies can be found in the video: "From Virtual Creatures to Feasible Robots".