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Sensors For Robotics

Sensors For Robotics

Sensors For Robotics. Teacher Professional Development Spring, 2002. Robotics Academy 2002. All Rights Reserved . What makes a machine a robot?. What is sensing?. Sensing is converting a quantity that you want to measure into a useable signal (usually electronic). .

By gareth
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Programming Your Robot (in C)

Programming Your Robot (in C)

Programming Your Robot (in C). Terry Grant, NASA, Ames Research Center 1/23/03 1/30/03. Outline. 1/23 Robotics Hardware & Software Architecture Programming in C Introduction 1/30 Review: Robot Project Requirements & Example Simple Sumo Contest - Simple line follow Teacher as Coach

By senwe
(257 views)

Introduction to Robotics and ASU Robots

Introduction to Robotics and ASU Robots

Introduction to Robotics and ASU Robots. Yinong Chen (Ph.D.) School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering. Outline. What is a Robot. 1. Components of a Robot. 2. Examples of Robots and Robot Design. 3. ASU-Carl Hayden-Intel Robots. 4. Computer Systems.

By jemma
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DAY 2 – 50 minutes HOW DOES A ROBOT MOVE?

DAY 2 – 50 minutes HOW DOES A ROBOT MOVE?

DAY 2 – 50 minutes HOW DOES A ROBOT MOVE?. Understanding how we move and how we make decisions (i) what parts of our body do we use to move? (ii) what part of our body do we use to make decisions? For instance, how do we decide how to walk?. Let us briefly review what we have learnt so far.

By reed
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HOW DO HUMAN SENSORS WORK? - understanding human sensors and comparing them with those in a robot (50 minutes)

HOW DO HUMAN SENSORS WORK? - understanding human sensors and comparing them with those in a robot (50 minutes)

HOW DO HUMAN SENSORS WORK? - understanding human sensors and comparing them with those in a robot (50 minutes). PRE/POST- ASSESSMENT SHEET HOW DO HUMAN SENSORS WORK?. 1. What sensors or senses do we humans have? 2. Describe how any two of the sensors you listed above work.

By kezia
(156 views)

Proposal of a Hierarchical Architecture for Multimodal Interactive Systems

Proposal of a Hierarchical Architecture for Multimodal Interactive Systems

Proposal of a Hierarchical Architecture for Multimodal Interactive Systems. Masahiro Araki* 1 Tsuneo Nitta* 2 Kouichi Katsurada* 2 Takuya Nishimoto* 3 Tetsuo Amakasu* 4 Shinnichi Kawamoto* 5 * 1 Kyoto Institute of Technology * 2 Toyohashi University of Technology

By Leo
(146 views)

Mobile Technology Early developments in mobile technology to smartphones

Mobile Technology Early developments in mobile technology to smartphones

Mobile Technology Early developments in mobile technology to smartphones. Key points in the development of mobile technology. In Europe 1926 , radio telephony was first used on the first-class passenger trains Also introduced on passenger airplanes for air traffic security

By qabil
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LDR light dependent resistor

LDR light dependent resistor

SENSORS. LDR light dependent resistor. potentiometer. SENSORS. phototransistor. CHARGE-TRANSFER TOUCH SENSOR. Hall-Effect Cam Sensor. http://www.parallax.com/html_pages/robotics/machining/RPM_display.asp. Memsic 2125 Dual-axis Accelerometer. GP2D02 Sharp IR Ranger. Flexiforce Sensor.

By tori
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Sponsor UROP ZWORLD Corp. W. M. Berg Corp.

Sponsor UROP ZWORLD Corp. W. M. Berg Corp.

Advisor Professor David J. Reinkensmeyer. Sponsor UROP ZWORLD Corp. W. M. Berg Corp. . Goal. The goal of the project is the construction of a robotic system that performs rehabilitation exercise for patients suffering from cerebral palsy or stroke.

By tiara
(153 views)

Robotics Enrichment class

Robotics Enrichment class

Robotics Enrichment class. Mr. Bosworth. Goals of Class. Learn how to build a basic robot that performs various functions Learn how to program robot to move and complete tasks using Lego Mindstorms NXT program. Learn how to use the sensors to perform more complex movements and behaviors.

By royal
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Define thresholds, Variables Sensors

Define thresholds, Variables Sensors

Define thresholds, Variables Sensors. Task Main(). Set sensors. Start follow_line () ifEYE <=TOO_DARK off(LEFT); OnFwd (RIGHT ) else if EYE>=TOO_BRIGHT onFwd (LEFT);off(RIGHT). Touch Sensor tapped . Until Rotation Sensor == 26. Start follow_line (). Start task bucket().

By huey
(62 views)

The Parts

The Parts

The Parts. Cables. Used to hook up inputs/outputs Three sizes: 20 cm 35 cm 50 cm Directions mention specific holes. Programmable Brick. The main piece to any Mindstorm creation CPU for robot Takes 6 AA batteries Runs out quite fast Input Capable of running advanced programs

By pegeen
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Module:3

Module:3

Module:3. Sensors Programming. Module Objectives. Understand the use of sensors. Program and use a touch sensor. Program, calibrate and use a Sound sensor. Program, calibrate and use a Light sensor. Program and use an ultrasonic sensor. Program and use a Rotation sensor.

By dory
(129 views)

IENG 451

IENG 451

IENG 451. Jidoka. Jidoka. 3 Chinese characters meaning automation with human mind Improve process capability Contain defects Provide feedback so that countermeasures can be taken . Shigeo Shingo. 26 years to escape the spell of statistical methods (Deming)

By mihaly
(183 views)

Coding for the FIRST Tech Challenge NXT/G, LabVIEW & RobotC compared, and a Crash Course in RobotC

Coding for the FIRST Tech Challenge NXT/G, LabVIEW & RobotC compared, and a Crash Course in RobotC

Coding for the FIRST Tech Challenge NXT/G, LabVIEW & RobotC compared, and a Crash Course in RobotC. Presented by Team Unlimited, FTC #1 http://unlimited.syraweb.org/. Presentation Overview. Coding Environment Comparisons Why RobotC? NXT Overview Sensor overview Motor & Servo Overview

By clem
(190 views)

Warm Up- What is a robot? Describe in one sentence what you understand by the term ‘robot’

Warm Up- What is a robot? Describe in one sentence what you understand by the term ‘robot’

Warm Up- What is a robot? Describe in one sentence what you understand by the term ‘robot’ 2. What are the main parts of a robot? What do people do to make a robot move?. PRE/POST-ASSESSMENT SHEET - What is a robot? Describe in one sentence below what you understand by the term ‘robot’

By orrin
(181 views)

Intelligent Robot

Intelligent Robot

Intelligent Robot. Student: 49912009 Zih -Ciao Fu 49912082 Yan-Xiang Chen Teacher:RU -LI LIN Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology . Outline. Robot Definitions Robot Convention Species Advantage Shortcoming Micro-robot Special types of robots and micro-robots

By keira
(250 views)

A Survey on Context-aware System

A Survey on Context-aware System

A Survey on Context-aware System. Authors: Matthias Baldauf, Schahram Dustdar, and Florian Rosenberg Haifeng Xu Nov. 19, 2013. Outline. Context-aware systems Basics Context-aware systems Definition of Context Classification of Context Classification of Architecture

By cullen
(281 views)

ROBOTIC ARM

ROBOTIC ARM

ROBOTIC ARM. Robotic Arm. Scientists have had a string of remarkable successes lately, taking signals from the brains of monkeys and men, and using them to move mechanical arms . Robotic Arm. The robotic arm consist of many sensors such as the sound and light sensor.

By zora
(358 views)

Robot Sumo

Robot Sumo

Robot Sumo. What is Sumo?. “ Sumo is a competitive contact sport where a wrestler ( rikishi ) attempts to force another wrestler out of a circular ring ( dohyō ) or to touch the ground with anything other than the soles of the feet.”.

By moke
(230 views)

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