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Название: Servo №12 2010 Издательство: T&L Publications, Inc. Год: 2010 Страниц: 82 Язык: Английский Формат: pdf Качество: отличное Размер: 14.7Mб
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Rate the eM8 — Part 2 by Fred Eady You can’t build robot smarts if you can’t speak the language. Or, in this case, speak the languages. We’re about to continue our port of the eM8 assembler application to CCS C.
Propelled by the Propeller Chip by John Blankenship Samuel Mishal This article is an excellent demonstration for how the parallel processing abilities of the Propeller chip from Parallax can be utilized in conjunction with RobotBASIC to achieve robotics projects that involve diverse and multifaceted elements that require simultaneous use of numerous microcontrollers along with a PC.
The NXT Big Thing #5 by Greg Intermaggio Things get light-hearted as we learn about dynamic variables by making Eddie seek light.
Making Robots With the Arduino — Part 2 by Gordon McComb Now that you’ve been introduced to ArdBot and its central Arduino brain, it’s time to construct the base.
VEX Stepper Motor Control Experiments by Daniel Ramirez Part 2: Building the VEX Sunbot. Using simple VEX hardware with some PIC18 C firmware, precise and repeatable movements are possible for aiming a solar panel at the sun using stepper motors.
Robytes by Jeff Eckert Robytes Stimulating Robot Tidbits
GeerHead by David Geer Robots Clean Oil Spills, Climb and Crawl Anywhere Seaswarm robots and snake robots have been created to service many types of terrains and environments. Between them, they greatly improve the quality of work that robots can perform, cleaning and maintaining a variety of environments.
Ask Mr. Roboto by Dennis Clark Ask Mr. Roboto Your Problems Solved Here
PARTS IS PARTS: Fingertech Tiny ESC v2 Review in Combat Zone: Features Just a few weeks back, Fingertech Robotics released the upgraded version of their popular TinyESC single channel speed controller. I was one of the first to have a chance to try out this new piece of hardware in the arena, and my experience so far has been nothing but positive.
MANUFACTURING: Calculating Bolt Torques in Combat Zone: Features Sparks fly as the two robots smash into each other again. Sweat drips down your forehead as you prepare for another charge across the arena.
Potpourri in Combat Zone: Features That’s right, botheads, I used the word “potpourri” in an article title! Just like a fighting machine, I have a soft vulnerable inside also. Get over it, okay?
EVENT REPORT: Franklin Institute 2010 – Rise of the Melty Brains! in Combat Zone: Events The Franklin Institute Science Museum in Philadelphia and NERC (http://www.nerc.us) presented their fourth annual robot event on Saturday, October 9, ‘10.
Robots: From Industrial to Some Amazing Capabilities by Tom Carroll in Then and Now Besides some independently-built creative robots in university labs that exhibited ‘animalistic’ properties, most early robot products were of the industrial variety.