A not trivial problem in bipedal robot walking is the instability produced by the violent transition between the different dynamic walk phases. In this work an dynamic algorithm to control a biped robot is proposed. The algorithm is based on cubic polynomial interpolation of the initial conditions for the robot’s position, velocity and acceleration. This guarantee a constant velocity an a smooth transition in the control trajectories. The algorithm was successfully probed in the bipedal robot “Dany walker” designed at the Freie Universität Berlin, finally a briefly mechanical description of the robot structure is presented.