Robots, Androids, and Animatrons

Robots, Androids, and Animatrons

12 Incredible Projects You Can Build

Book - 2002 | 2nd ed
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Bring a robot to life without programming or assembly language skills!

There's never been a better time to explore the world of the nearly human. With the complete directions supplied by popular electronics author John Iovine, you can:

* Build your first walking, talking, sensing, thinking robot
* Create 12 working robotic projects, using the fully illustrated instructions provided
* Get the best available introduction to robotics, motion control, sensors, and neural intelligence
* Put together basic modules to build sophisticated 'bots of your own design
* Construct a robotic arm that responds to your spoken commands
* Build a realistic, functional robotic hand
* Apply sensors to detect bumps, walls, inclines , and roads
* Give your robot expertise and neural intelligence

You geteverything you need to create 12 exciting robotic projects using off-the-shelf products and workshop-built devices, including a complete parts list. Also ideal for anyone interested in electronic and motion control, this cult classic gives you the building blocks you need to go practically anywhere in robotics.

Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c2002
Edition: 2nd ed
ISBN: 9780071376839
Branch Call Number: 621.8 Io8r 2002
Characteristics: xix, 332 p. : ill. ; 24 cm


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