E Book Robots Androids and Animatrons Second Edition 12 Incredible Projects You Can Build



E Book Robots, Androids and Animatrons, Second Edition: 12 Incredible Projects You Can Build


E Book Robots, Androids and Animatrons, Second Edition: 12 Incredible Projects You Can Build
E Book Robots, Androids and Animatrons, Second Edition: 12 Incredible Projects You Can Build






Author(s): John Iovine
Publisher: McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics, Year: 2001
ISBN: 9780071376839,0071376836


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Bound to stir fantasy and inspire plans .- Poptronics, on John Iovine BookMORE SENSORS-MORE SMARTS-MORE POWER-MORE POWER-MORE POWER-MORE PROSTECTS-LOWER COSTS-AMATEUR ROBOTICS project, comes to its robots Second Edition It's time to bring Android to life! With the costs of microcontrollers low, quantitative improvements and price reductions in other technologies, and a plethora of exciting components on the electronics market, there has never been a better time to explore the human world. With the full directions provided by the famous electronics author John Iovine in these revised robots, Androids, and Animatrons, you can:

• Build first walk, talk, sensor, and robotic thinking
• Create 12 working robotic projects, using the fully illustrated instructions presented
• Get The best available introduction about robots, motion control, sensors and nervous   intelligence
• Assemble the basic units to build advanced robots of your own design
• Create a robotic arm that responds to your spoken commands 
• Build a realistic and practical robotic hand
• Apply sensors to detect bumps, walls, inclination, and paths
• Give your robot expertise And Neural Intelligence
• Do it all without programming or assembly language skills ideal for those who use robot early on - and who would like to add to their skills if you have basic electronic capabilities, Robots, Android and Animatrons give you everything you need to create 12 exciting robotic projects with off-the-products of shelves and devices created in the workshop - including a complete parts list.


In the beginning 

This book is also perfect for anyone interested in electronic control and motion control, it really gives you the building blocks you need to go anywhere in robots. You'll find hours of entertainment here - and maybe the germ of your new best friend!


There are many interesting and enjoyable things to do in electronics One of the most fun things about building robots. Not only use electronic circuits and systems, they must be combined
With other technologies. Building a robot from scratch involves next:


  1. Power supply systems
  2. Motors and gears for driving and motion control
  3. Sensors
  4. Artificial intelligence


Each of these technologies has many dedicated books To study it. 
Of course, a comprehensive overview of each technique Not possible in one book, but we will address these areas, and You will gain practical knowledge and a starting point for the future
Experimentation.
Robotics is an advanced technology. There are many approaches to Building robots, and no one can be sure of the method or technology that will be used 100 years from now. Like biological systems, Robots evolve by following the Darwinian model of survival The fittest.

You are not alone when you become a robot. I was so surprised Learn that there are many people, governmental organizations, private organizations, competitions and clubs devoted to the topic of amateur robotics. NASA has the most advanced robots Systems program I've ever seen. Much information is free the question. 
If you have an Internet connection, go to a search Engines (Yahoo, Excite, etc.) and search under robots. you will You find the websites of many companies, individuals and universities
Clubs and newsgroups dedicated to robots.

At first Some historians believe that the origin of robots could Belonged to the ancient Greeks. It was around 270 BC when Ctesibus (Greek engineer) making members and water clocks
Moving numbers. 

Other historians believe that robots started with mechanical dolls. in a 1770s, Pierre-Jacquette Druze, watchmaker and Swiss inventor From the wristwatch, I created three ingenious mechanical dolls. he is Make dolls so that each one can perform a specific function:

One writes, another plays music on the device, and The third can paint a picture. The dolls were also complicated, His goal was to commodify the kings and perform all that belonged to them Prides using gears, gears, pegs and springs. More recently, in 1898, Nikola Tesla built a radio-controlled submersible boat. This was not a small achievement in 1898.
 It was a submarine Demonstrated in Madison Square Garden. Although Nikola Tesla She had plans to make the boat independent, and prevent funding shortages More research.

The word "robot" was first used in a 1921 play titled R.R.R .: Rossum Universal Robots, by Czechoslovak writer Karel Kapic. Android is Czech word meaning "worker." The play described mechanical servants "robots". When robots were given emotions, They turned against their masters and destroyed them.

Why do we build robots?

Robots are indispensable in many manufacturing industries.  The reason is that the hourly cost of running a robot is a small fraction of The cost of human labor needed to perform the same job. Moreover, once robots are programmed, they function more frequently and with greater accuracy than the most experienced human factor. But human workers are much more than that Versatile and versatile. Humans can easily switch jobs. Robots are built Programmed to be job specific. You will not be able to program a Welding robot to start counting parts in a basket.

The purpose of robots

Initially, personal robots will focus on a single job (job Task) or purpose. For example, today there are small portable robots It can maintain the grass independently by cutting the grass. these The robots are solar powered and do not require any training. Underground Wires are placed around the perimeter of the lawn. Feel robots Wires, they remain within the specified circumference, and do not wander.
Building a useful personal robot is very difficult. In fact, this is beyond that The scope of this book, or on this matter, every other contemporary A book on robotics. So you might reasonably ask, "What is the purpose of this book?" Well, when you read this book and build some robots for you Getting entry and becoming part of continuous automated development.



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