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1.4 The Mind of the Robot Experimenter
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Robot experimenters have a unique way of looking at things. They take nothing for granted. For example, at a restaurant it s the robot experimenter who collects the carcasses of lobsters and crabs to learn how these ocean creatures use articulated joints, in which the muscles and tendons are inside the bone. Perhaps the articulation and structure of a lobster leg can be duplicated in the design of a robotic arm . . .
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At a county fair, it s the robot experimenter who studies the way the egg-beater ride works, watching the various gears spin in perfect unison, perhaps asking themselves if the gear train can be duplicated in an unusual robot locomotion system. At a phone booth, it s the robot experimenter who listens to the tones emitted when the buttons are pressed. These tones, the experimenter knows, trigger circuitry at the phone company office to call a specific telephone out of all the millions in the world. Perhaps these or similar tones can be used to remotely control a robot. At work on the computer, it s the robot experimenter who rightly assumes that if a computer can control a printer or plotter through an interface port, the same computer and interface can be used to control a robot.
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In the toy store, while children are looking at the new movie-based toys, the robot experimenter sees a vast array of different bases that can be used as the basis for a brand-new robot. When taking a snapshot at a family gathering, it s the robot experimenter who studies the inner workings of the automatic focus system of the camera. The camera uses ultrasonic sound waves to measure distance and automatically adjusts its lens to keep things in focus. The same system should be adaptable to a robot, enabling it to judge distances and see with sound.
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The list could go on and on. All around us, from nature s designs to the latest electronic gadgets, is an infinite number of ways to make better and increasingly clever robots. Uncovering these solutions requires extrapolation figuring out how to apply one design and make it work in another application, then experimenting with the contraption until everything works.
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To learn more about . . . Fundamentals of electronics and basics on how to read a schematic Electronics construction techniques Computer programming fundamentals Robot construction using wood, plastic, and metal Making robots from old toys What your robot should do Read 5, Electronic Components 7, Electronic Construction Techniques 13, Programming Fundamentals s 8 to 10 11, Hacking Toys 37, Robot Tasks, Operations, and Behaviors
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e humans are fortunate. The human body is, all things considered, a nearly perfect machine: it is (usually) intelligent, it can lift heavy loads, it can move itself around, and it has built-in protective mechanisms to feed itself when hungry or to run away when threatened. Other living creatures on this earth possess similar functions, though not always in the same form. Robots are often modeled after humans, if not in form then at least in function. For decades, scientists and experimenters have tried to duplicate the human body, to create machines with intelligence, strength, mobility, and auto-sensory mechanisms. That goal has not yet been realized, but perhaps some day it will. Nature provides a striking model for robot experimenters to mimic, and it is up to us to take the challenge. Some, but by no means all, of nature s mechanisms human or otherwise can be duplicated to some extent in the robot shop. Robots can be built with eyes to see, ears to hear, a mouth to speak, and appendages and locomotion systems of one kind or another to manipulate the environment and explore surroundings. This is fine theory; what about real life Exactly what constitutes a real hobby robot What basic parts must a machine have before it can be given the title robot Let s take a close look in this chapter at the anatomy of robots and the kinds of materials hobbyists use to construct them. For the sake of simplicity, not every robot subsystem in existence will be covered, just the components that are most often found in amateur and hobby robots.
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