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1.2.2 PROGRAMMING BACKGROUND
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Sophisticated robots use a computer or microcontroller to manage their actions. In this book you ll find plenty of projects, plans, and solutions for connecting the hardware of your robot to any of several kinds of robot brains. Like all computers, the ones for robot con-
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trol need to be programmed. If you are new or relatively new to computers and programming, start with a beginners computer book, then move up to more advanced texts. 13, Programming Fundamentals, covers the programming basics. If you ve never programmed before, you are probably expecting that there is a lot of knowledge that you must have to successfully program a computer. Actually there is about a half dozen basic programming concepts that once you understand completely you will be able to program just about any computer system in just about any programming language.
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Some robot builders are more comfortable with the mechanical side of robot building than the electronic and programming sides they can see gears meshing and pulleys moving. Regardless of your comfort level with mechanical design, you do not need to possess an extensive knowledge of mechanical and engineering theory to build robots. This book provides some mechanical theory as it pertains to robot building, but you may want to supplement your knowledge with books or study aids. There are a wealth of books, articles, and online reading materials on mechanical design equations and engineering formulas for you to draw upon when you are designing and building robots. This eliminates the need for this book to repeat this information, but like the information provided in electronics and programming, this book gives you many of the basics required to cobble together the robot s mechanical systems.
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To be a successful robot builder, you must be comfortable working with your hands and thinking problems through from start to finish. You should know how to use common shop tools, and all related safety procedures, and have some basic familiarity with working with wood, lightweight metals (mostly aluminum), and plastic. Once more, if you feel your skills aren t up to par, read up on the subject and try your hand at a simple project or two first. You ll find construction tips and techniques throughout this book, but nothing beats hands-on shop experience. With experience comes confidence, and with both comes more professional results. Work at it long enough, and the robots you build may be indistinguishable from store-bought models (in appearance, not capability; yours will undoubtedly be far more sophisticated!).
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Two important skills that you can t develop from reading books are patience and the willingness to learn. Both are absolutely essential if you want to build your own working robots. Give yourself time to experiment with your projects. Don t rush into things because you are bound to make mistakes if you do. If a problem continues to nag at you, put the project aside and let it sit for a few days. Keep a small notebook handy and jot down your ideas so you won t forget them. If trouble persists, perhaps you need to bone up on the subject before you can adequately tackle the problem. Take the time to learn more about the various sciences and disciplines
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1.4 THE MIND OF THE ROBOT EXPERIMENTER
involved. While you are looking for ways to combat your current dilemma, you are increasing your general robot-building knowledge. Research is never in vain.
1.3 Ready-Made, Kits, or Do-It-Yourself
This is a wonderful time to be an amateur robot builder. Not only can you construct robots from scratch, you can buy any of several dozen robot kits and assemble them using a screwdriver and other common tools. If you don t particularly like the construction aspects of robotics, you can even purchase ready-made robots no assembly required. With a readymade robot you can spend all your time connecting sensors and other apparatuses to it and figuring out new and better ways to program it. You might go for a third option: hacking an existing platform. With a bit of imagination and luck you can find a toy or some hardware that provides you with an excellent starting place for your own robot. The only limitation is to remember not to take something apart that somebody else values! Whether you choose to buy a robot in ready-made or kit form, or build your own from basic parts or the ground up, it s important that you match your skills to the project. This is especially true if you are just starting out. While you may seek the challenge of a complex project, if it s beyond your present skills and knowledge level you ll likely become frustrated and abandon robotics before you ve given it a fair chance. If you want to build your own robot, start with a simple design a small rover, like those in s 8 through 11. For now, stay away from the more complex walking and heavy-duty robots.
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