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Servo №4 2010
Название: Servo №4 2010
Издательство: T&L Publications, Inc.
Год: 2010
Страниц: 82
Язык: Английский
Формат: pdf
Качество: отличное
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Features

The Bioloid Premium Kit Wrap-Up by Rob Farrell
In the Feb. ’10 issue, we covered the hardware components and assembly of the Bioloid Premium. This time, we’ll take a look at the vast capabilities of the RoboPlus software that comes with the kit.

Look Who’s Talking! by Fred Eady
Explore this simple method that lets you and your robot play together in a wireless world.

Trade Two PWM Channels for a Whole Bunch of Switches by Jim Miller
See how to perform surgery on a transmitter to gain more on/off switches and data from your rover.

Swarm Robots and Sensor Virtualization by Mike Keesling
Ben has nothin’ on our Zhu Zhu hamsters when it comes to working together in a pack.

Projects

GPS Navigation — Part 2 by Chris Savage
Build a small robot to test and prove the theories discussed in Part 1.

So, You Want to Build a ComBot — Part 1, by Greg Intermaggio
This short series will cover the basics of designing a featherweight ComBot from the ground up using only tools you’d find in a home shop.

Columns

Robytes, by Jeff Eckert
Stimulating Robot Tidbits

GeerHead
, by David Geer
Penbo for Girls, Prime-8 for Boys
Penbo is an intuitive emotive penguin robot — complete with baby — for girls. Prime-8 is a macho, aggressive gorilla robot for boys. Together, they represent hours of playtime for kids of all ages.

Ask Mr. Roboto, by Dennis Clark
Your Problems Solved Here

Then and Now, by Tom Carroll
Robot Mobility
The single feature that distinguishes a robot from a computer or any other sort of electro-mechanical device is its ability to move — whether the movement is an appendage or a movable base. Most of us want our creations to move about our house, yard or in some location. To accomplish this, we have to select and build a method of mobility. For now, and I’ll concentrate on land vehicles only.

Combat Zone

Crossfire — From Broken Robot to Breaking Robots
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A veteran of televised robotic combat, the heavyweight robot “Edgehog” was still on frontline service when it entered the 2008 UK live event season.

Keeping Your Stuff Together
in Combat Zone: Features
Since screws were invented over 2,000 years ago, mankind has struggled to keep them from coming undone. In the past 100 years, many advances have been made, yet screws still loosen and no single solution works universally.

FingerTech Robotics’ Spark Motor Series
in Combat Zone: Features
FingerTech Robotics (http://www.fingertechrobotics.com) has a new line of motors.

How Not to Die. I Mean, Build a Test Box
in Combat Zone: Features
You’ve just finished putting the finishing touches on your new insect class combat robot. You’ve spent the last three hours tirelessly wiring, soldering, grinding, tapping, cutting, and wrenching on your bot.

Combat Zone’s Greatest Hits
in Combat Zone: Features
This month, CZ is experimenting with a new feature. We all know that creating bots is a fulfilling mental exercise, building them is satisfying craftsmanship, and going to events is great for bonding with your buds. But let’s face it — it’s about the destruction!

Departments

Robotics Horizon
in Mind / Iron
Please visit our Mind / Iron Blog to read the full article and comment.

Features

The Bioloid Premium Kit Wrap-Up, by Rob Farrell
In the Feb. ’10 issue, we covered the hardware components and assembly of the Bioloid Premium. This time, we’ll take a look at the vast capabilities of the RoboPlus software that comes with the kit.

Look Who’s Talking!, by Fred Eady
Explore this simple method that lets you and your robot play together in a wireless world.

Trade Two PWM Channels for a Whole Bunch of Switches, by Jim Miller
See how to perform surgery on a transmitter to gain more on/off switches and data from your rover.

Swarm Robots and Sensor Virtualization, by Mike Keesling
Ben has nothin’ on our Zhu Zhu hamsters when it comes to working together in a pack.

Projects

GPS Navigation — Part 2, by Chris Savage
Build a small robot to test and prove the theories discussed in Part 1.

So, You Want to Build a ComBot — Part 1, by Greg Intermaggio
This short series will cover the basics of designing a featherweight ComBot from the ground up using only tools you’d find in a home shop.

Columns

Robytes, by Jeff Eckert
Stimulating Robot Tidbits

GeerHead, by David Geer
Penbo for Girls, Prime-8 for Boys
Penbo is an intuitive emotive penguin robot — complete with baby — for girls. Prime-8 is a macho, aggressive gorilla robot for boys. Together, they represent hours of playtime for kids of all ages.

Ask Mr. Roboto, by Dennis Clark
Your Problems Solved Here

Then and Now, by Tom Carroll
Robot Mobility
The single feature that distinguishes a robot from a computer or any other sort of electro-mechanical device is its ability to move — whether the movement is an appendage or a movable base. Most of us want our creations to move about our house, yard or in some location. To accomplish this, we have to select and build a method of mobility. For now, and I’ll concentrate on land vehicles only.

Combat Zone

Crossfire — From Broken Robot to Breaking Robots
in Combat Zone: Features
A veteran of televised robotic combat, the heavyweight robot “Edgehog” was still on frontline service when it entered the 2008 UK live event season.

Keeping Your Stuff Together
in Combat Zone: Features
Since screws were invented over 2,000 years ago, mankind has struggled to keep them from coming undone. In the past 100 years, many advances have been made, yet screws still loosen and no single solution works universally.

FingerTech Robotics’ Spark Motor Series
in Combat Zone: Features
FingerTech Robotics (http://www.fingertechrobotics.com) has a new line of motors.

How Not to Die. I Mean, Build a Test Box
in Combat Zone: Features
You’ve just finished putting the finishing touches on your new insect class combat robot. You’ve spent the last three hours tirelessly wiring, soldering, grinding, tapping, cutting, and wrenching on your bot.

Combat Zone’s Greatest Hits
in Combat Zone: Features
This month, CZ is experimenting with a new feature. We all know that creating bots is a fulfilling mental exercise, building them is satisfying craftsmanship, and going to events is great for bonding with your buds. But let’s face it — it’s about the destruction!

Departments

Robotics Horizon
in Mind / Iron
Please visit our Mind / Iron Blog to read the full article and comment.

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