A Planetary Micro-rover Prototype
Hannibal & Attila were built at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab under Professor Rod Brooks in the early 1990s. They are the first robots constructed by the Mobot Lab (as part of Cynthia's Master's work) to serve as experimental platforms for autonomous planetary exploration.

Hannibal's & Attila's official website.

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