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Название: Servo №6 2010 Издательство: T&L Publications, Inc. Год: 2010 Страниц: 82 Язык: Английский Формат: pdf Качество: отличное Размер: 10.6Mб
Американский журнал посвященный робототехнике, для любителей и профессионалов
Give Your Robot a Better Grip On Things, by Anthony Cunningham Add a whole new dimension to your robot by giving it a helping hand (literally!).
Planning Out Your Software for Microcontrollers, by Matt Rusnak The use of microcontrollers in hobby robotics continues to grow, but creating software for them can be intimidating. Matt takes you through his favorite process for developing software using a simple puzzle box project as his point of reference.
Controlling Motors and Lights with Pulse Width Modulation, by Jurgen G. Schmidt This article shows you how to implement PWM into your robotics design by demonstrating the principles through two simple projects.
Using a VEX Controller for Electronic Experiments, by Daniel Ramirez Learn two methods of interfacing LCDs into your next build as we connect a low cost character LCD to the VEX microcontroller.
Add a Transceiver to Your ZeroG Trainer, by Fred Eady Expand your Trainer project from last month by adding a transceiver to the mix.
Enhance Your Plain Vanilla Benchtop Power Supply With a PICAXE, by Fernando Garcia A power supply is an essential tool for any roboticist’s workbench. This article presents a cost-effective upgrade to get the functionality and flexibility you’ll need.
Robytes, by Jeff Eckert Stimulating Robot Tidbits
GeerHead, by David Geer Remote Presence Robots Put Physicians Within Reach The Remote Presence (RP) robots from InTouch Health enable physicians to be literally anywhere — in the emergency room, the ICU, at home, the office, or even at the same or dif ferent hospital.
Ask Mr. Roboto, by Dennis Clark Your Problems Solved Here
The Combat Zone, by Kevin Berry MANUFACTURING: Tentacle Calculator Rehosted by Killerbotics The combat robotics community was deeply saddened by the passing of Steve Judd last year. Steve was an icon in the sport, and left behind a lasting legacy in many areas.
Then and Now, by Tom Carroll The Age of Robotics A lot of people speak of the age of robotics. They’ve been doing that for decades. Sometimes these words are just hype by a book publisher to promote a book, whereas others are truly convinced that the period in which they live is the beginning of the age of robotics. They see robots everywhere in their lives — on TV, in the movies, cleaning their carpets, exploring space, and building cars world-wide.
PARTS IS PARTS: Data Points: Fine-Tune Your Bot’s Performance in Combat Zone: Features Knowing exactly how well your bot performs in a particular configuration would be very useful ... like, exactly how fast is the blade turning? What current is the weapon motor drawing at start-up and at cruise? How much does the battery voltage sag at full power? Open Melt — Generous Sharing or a Threat to Society as We Know it? in Combat Zone: Features The author — in a blatant attempt to up his word count and thus his income — summarizes material he’s already sold to SERVO once ...
Dual-Dif ferential RPM Sensing or a Melty Brain/Translational Drift Robot While there are many ways to tell your Melty bot’s microcontroller how fast it’s spinning, an on-board accelerometer is a particularly compact solution that can be built right onto the control board.
Combat Zone’s Greatest Hits in Combat Zone: Features This month, only one builder submitted to Greatest Hits. Going by the mystery handle “kkeerroo,” this Australian fighter highlights his bot — “Vendetta” — competing at RoboWars 7 in a semi-final fight against a spinner call Bender.
EVENT REPORT: 2010 Central Illinois Bot Brawl in Combat Zone: Events On March 6, 2010 robots invaded Peoria, IL as the Central Illinois Robotics Club (CIRC) hosted their annual Bot Brawl event. This year’s event was the club’s largest yet with eight separate competitions, as well as Mech Warfare demonstrations.