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Название: Servo №11 2010 Издательство: T&L Publications, Inc. Год: 2010 Страниц: 82 Язык: Английский Формат: pdf Качество: отличное Размер: 11.1Mб
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GoPHR — An Inexpensive Prototype Platform for General- Purpose Household Robotics, by Alan Federman The idea behind this homebrew build is to develop an open source hardware platform capable of performing useful household tasks, plus be expandable.
Rate the eM8, by Fred Eady Microcontrollers aren’t always the most clever electronic components in a robotic design. In the case of the eM8, the abundance of basic circuitry consisting of some common CMOS latches, decoders, and multiplexers complete the design.
Making Robots With the Arduino — Part 1, by Gordon McComb It just makes sense to look at ways to leverage the popular Arduino development board for use in robotics, and that’s exactly what we’ll be doing. We’ll start with some basics and introduce ArdBot — the robot base we’ll be working with.
The NXT Big Thing #4, by Greg Intermaggio A feast for the sensors! This time, learn how to use two light sensors to accurately follow a line in any direction.
HoverBot: You Picked a Fine Time to Leave Me, Loose Wheel!, by L. Paul Verhage This time, we wrap up our HoverBot project with an explanation of the drive electronics.
Robytes by Jeff Eckert Robytes Stimulating Robot Tidbits
GeerHead by David Geer University of Akron Competition Robot Roundup Events such as RoboGames attract bright minds and hungry competitors from across the country.The University of Akron’s student roboticists were well prepared with well-designed, efficient, and intelligent mobile robots.
Ask Mr. Roboto by Dennis Clark Ask Mr. Roboto Your Problems Solved Here
Twin Tweaks by Bryce Woolley Evan Woolley So You Think You Can Dance? his month, we have the pleasure of presenting the KT-X Bipedal Humanoid Robot from KumoTek. KumoTek is a Texas-based robotics company with products ranging from building inspection robots to hobbyist kits.
Then and Now by Tom Carroll Robot Cars The idea of robot cars has been around for many decades and, in fact, “automatic mobility” vehicles were envisioned from the very first automobile, though total autonomy as we know it today was not possible at the time. There have been many unique robotic developments that have been employed in various personal transportation devices. Science fiction movies and TV productions have long used robot cars in their sets, and most depictions are a bit off in their technology.
PARTS IS PARTS: TAIG Tools Desktop CNC Mills in Combat Zone: Features On the ever interesting Robot Fighting League forum, I ran across this spontaneous product review. It meets my criteria for this column, which is “builder tested.” I am a firm believer that all product reviews should be after they’ve been “in the box."
MANUFACTURING: RioBotz Combot Tutorial Summarized – Tooth Design in Combat Zone: Features Original Text by Professor Marco Antonio Meggiolaro; Summarized by Kevin M. Berry
EVENT REPORT: Clash of the Bots — Schiele Museum 2010 in Combat Zone: Events Walk in the front door of the Schiele Museum (http://www.schielemuseum.org) in Gastonia, NC and the first thing you see is a full size replica of the skeleton of a T-Rex!