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Название: Servo №7 2009 Издательство: T&L Publications, Inc. Год: 2009 Страниц: 84 Язык: Английский Формат: pdf Качество: отличное Размер: 13.01Mб
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Implementing a Low Speed, Low Cost Commmunications Protocol: Part 2 by Fred Eady Our goal this month is to assemble a set of software routines to take advantage of the LIN protocol we learned last time.
Computer Control And Data Acquisition: Part 5 by David A. Ward Building a Thermal Cycling System.
The Navigator by John W. Molnar If you've ever wanted to send your rover or R/C boat out to complete a mission all on its own, check out this GPS based navigation system.
Hagetaka: Bipedal Combat Robot by Andrew Alter This installment covers the build itself, the mechanics behind the leg design, and the theory behind the walking gait.
Robytes by Jeff Eckert Robytes | July 2009 When Penguins Fly, Aquabots Ensure Clean Water, Robot Bartender, and More!
GeerHead by David Geer Rose-Hulman Robot Shoot Out The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is a four year college which offers academic majors relevant to robotics including computer science, computer engineering, software engineering, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering.
Ask Mr. Roboto by Dennis Clark Ask Mr. Roboto | July 2009 Your Problems Solved Here.
Twin Tweaks by Bryce Woolley Evan Woolley Universal Serial Bust Just about every robotics kit that we’ve reviewed for SERVO uses a serial connection for programming, so we’ve been forced to invest in a serial-to-USB adapter.
SERVO TankBot by Ron Hackett Adding Sonar Capabilities to Your TankBot In the previous TankBot column, we simplified our IR obstacle detection system to make it smaller so that the IR circuitry could coexist on the breadboard with the next project (or two) that we would construct. This month, we’re going to make good use of the extra space we created.
Robotics Resources by Gordon McComb Fast and Cheap Prototyping In this month’s column, we’ll concentrate on just mechanical hardware prototyping, as this tends to be an expensive and time-consuming task for many custom projects.
Then and Now by Tom Carroll Law Enforcement Robots The two companies discussed here and their line of remotely controlled robots represent just a handful of the many companies producing state-of-the-art ‘assistants’ to serve law enforcement agencies and the military.
Today’s Beetle – Tomorrow’s Champion? in Combat Zone: Features Choosing the “value” options lowers the cost quite a bit, with the Value Beetle costing about half the Ultimate.
A Color To Dye For in Combat Zone: Features UHMW (Ultra High Molecular Weight) polyethylene is an increasingly popular plastic for use in robotics in general, and combat robotics in particular.
Ideas Festival, Australia in Combat Zone: Events The Ideas Festival is a government sponsered "future thinking" event held in Brisbane, Australia every three years.
RioBotz Combot Tutorial - Part 2 in Combat Zone: Features The iNDi 16x4 Pro Charge has both 110V AC and 12V DC inlets so that you can use it both indoors with the lincord provided or outdoors with the separate 12V leads.
BattleBots Returns! in Combat Zone: Events During April 21-26, about 64 bots brought their owners to Vellejo, CA for the much anticipated return of BattleBots to the public stage.
Original Sin in Combat Zone: Robot Profile Original Sin has competed in the following events: RoboGames 2006, 2007, & 2008, ComBots Cup I & II, and Combots Texas Cup.