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Название: Servo №2 2010 Издательство: T&L Publications, Inc. Год: 2010 Страниц: 82 Язык: Английский Формат: pdf Качество: отличное Размер: 11.5Mб
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The Bioloid Premium Kit by Rob Farrell Learn the details of ROBOTIS’ latest offering in the humanoid league.
The Typewriter Repairmen 2009 NURC ROV: notBob by David Forbes Janet Forbes Jim Forbes Steven Forbes Follow this family team’s build of a submersible robot that captured the overall winner award at the 2009 NURC competition.
Building Robot Parts with a CNC Laser by Jose I Quinones A CNC laser is a powerful and highly versatile tool. Learn some of the advantages, disadvantages, and basic techniques to have this machine build your machine.
Teach Your Old RoboScout Some New Scripts by Robert Doerr See how using an optional PC interface can let your robot learn some dif ferent tricks.
The CheapBot Smart Proximity Detector by L. Paul Verhage This proximity detector incorporates a PIXAXE-08M so that it takes care of detecting obstacles and leaves the driving to the robot controller.
The μOLED-128 by Fred Eady High-quality color graphics for your mechatronic creation are just a serial port away. Microchip’s new P32MX microcontrollers have six serial ports to choose from. This month we’ll use one of them to drive a 4D Labs μOLED-128-G1 Display Module.
The Cassette Bot by Bryan Jackson Remember VHS cassette tapes? Well, now you can turn them into robots!
Base on a Budget by Chris Savage Get a useable robot platform up and running with only a minimal budget.
Robytes by Jeff Eckert Stimulating Robot Tibits.
GeerHead by David Geer Artificial Intelligence Brings Humanoid Robots to Life (Part Deux) It is not so much the practicality of humanoid robots that drives interest in their development as it is the familiarity, sources say. “People are interested in things that are anthropomorphic. This makes interaction with [humanoid] robots easier,” says James J. Kuffner, PhD, associate professor of the Robotics Institute at the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.
Ask Mr. Roboto by Dennis Clark Your Problems Solved Here.
Then and Now by Tom Carroll A Brief Look at Service Robots Let’s look at the service category, which can include sub-categories of personal and consumer robots (toys, vacuum cleaner robots, etc.), military and defense robots, security robots, academic and research robots, healthcare and hospital robots, and a vast array of remotely-operated vehicles.
Hobby Guide to Metal Lathe Work: Part 1 in Combat Zone: Features First and foremost is lathe safety. You are working around very fast rotational parts with high torque. Please be aware of your surroundings, and remove all jewelry, long sleeves, and anything hanging that could stand a chance to get caught up in rotational parts.
Hole Drilling Redux in Combat Zone: Features Back in the November ‘09 issue, I ended the Hole Drilling story with a reference to sharpening drills. I have now purchased a Drill Doctor 750 sharpener and the results are surprising and worth sharing. Mayhem in Miami in Combat Zone: Events At Mayhem in Miami, it wasn’t without a bang that Fluffy earned the name Flamin’ Fluffy, and made the South Florida robotics event be true to its name.
3pd in Combat Zone: Robot Profile 3pd has competed in: Robot Club & Grill (RCG)-301; Motorama 2003; RCG-303; RCG-304; RCG-305; 12 Lbs of Pain; Robot Assault 2003; House of NERC 2003; Motorama 2004; Pound of Pain 7; Robot Assault 2004; House of NERC 04; Motorama 2005; Robotic Revolution — New Orleans; House of NERC 05; 2005 RFL Nationals; and Motorama 2006.