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The radio-control (R/C) system is specially designed for blimps (see Fig. 14.5). It is extremely lightweight. The propulsion unit is a twin turbo fan that attaches to the underside of the blimp. Each turbo fan is bidirectional, and each is controlled by its own channel on the two-channel transmitter. This helps the maneuverability of the blimp. While one turbo fan pushes forward, the other pushes backward, helping turn the blimp quickly. The pillow blimp ready for the telepresence system is shown in Fig. 14.6. A close-up of the turbo fan, miniature CCD camera, and TV transmitter is shown in Fig. 14.7. Going further The blimp as it stands is a telepresence system. By placing autonomous navigation in it, we can convert the blimp into a flying robot.
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14.7 A close-up of the turbo fan, miniature CCD camera, and TV transmitter
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(1) Blimp with radio controls, #T30824-77 $79.95 Part is available from: Edmund Scientific 60 Pearce Ave Tonawanda, NY 14150-6711 1-800-728-6999 (1) Mini B/W CCD camera $64.95 (1) Mini TV transmitter $90.00 Parts are available from: Images SI, Inc. 39 Seneca Loop Staten Island NY 10314 (718) 698-8305
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Robot Group, Austin, Texas Neural Net Blimp
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THIS IS A MULTILEVEL MODULE PROJECT. THE FIRST MODULE is a robotic arm that is purchased in kit form. The second module is the IBM personal computer (PC) interface kit. The third module is a speech-control module. The robotic arm may be operated manually with a manual control box that comes with the robotic arm kit. The robotic arm will work with either the IBM PC interface kit or the speech-control module. The IBM PC interface kit allows the robot to be controlled and programmed via a host IBM PC computer. The speech control allows you to operate the robotic arm via voice. Together these modules form a functional unit that permits you to experiment and program automation and animatronics into a fully wired robotic arm. The PC interface allows you to use your personal computer to program automation and animatronics into a robotic arm. You also have the option to control the arm interactively using either a manual controller or the Windows 95/98 program. Animatronics is the entertainment side of automation. For instance, if you covered the robotic arm with a child s sock puppet and programmed a small show, you would be programming an animatronic or electronic puppet. Programming automation has widespread applications in industry and entertainment.
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The most widely used industrial robot is the robotic arm. Robotic arms are extremely versatile, due to the fact that the end manipulator of a robotic arm can be changed to fit particular tasks or industries. For instance, welding gear manipulators are used in spot-welding robots, spray nozzles for spray painting parts and assemblies, and grippers for pick and place, to name a few. So you see, robotic arms are useful and make for an ideal learning tool. However, building a robotic arm from scratch is a difficult task. It is far easier to assemble a robotic arm from a kit. OWI sells a suitable robotic arm kit available from a number of electronic distributors (see the parts listing at the end of the chapter). The interface connects the finished robotic arm kit to a host computer printer port. The host computer is any IBM PC or compatible computer capable of running DOS or Windows 95/98. Once connected to the computer s printer port, the robotic arm may be operated interactively and programmed from the computer. Operating the robotic arm interactively is easy. Simply click on any function button to command the robotic arm to perform that function. Click on the button a second time to end the function.
Programming automation is just as easy. First click on the Program button to enter the program mode. In this mode, the interface and
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