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An android is a robot, often very sophisticated, that takes a more or less human form. An android usually propels itself by rolling on small wheels in its base. The technology for fully functional arms is under development, but the software needed for their operation has not been made cost-effective for small robots. Legs are hard to design and engineer and aren t really necessary; wheels or track drives work well enough. (Elevators can be used to allow a rolling android to get from floor to floor in a building.) An android has a rotatable head equipped with position sensors. Binocular, or stereo, vision allows the android to perceive depth, thereby locating objects anyplace within a large room. Speech recognition and synthesis are common. Because of their humanlike appearance, androids are ideal for use wherever there are children. Androids, in conjunction with computer terminals, might someday replace school teachers in some situations. It is possible that the teaching profession will suffer because of this, but it is more likely that the opposite will be true. There will be a demand for people to teach children how to use robots. Robots might free human teachers to spend more time in areas like humanities and philosophy, while robots instruct students in computer programming, reading, arithmetic, and other rote-memory subjects. Robotic teachers, if responsibly used, might help us raise children into sensitive and compassionate adults.
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Robot arms are technically called manipulators. Some robots, especially industrial robots, are nothing more than sophisticated manipulators. A robot arm can be categorized according to its geometry. Some manipulators resemble human arms. The joints in these machines can be given names like shoulder, elbow, and wrist. Other manipulators are so much different from human arms that these names don t make sense. An arm that employs revolute geometry is similar to a human arm, with a shoulder, elbow, and wrist. An arm with cartesian geometry is far different from a human arm, and moves along axes (x, y, z) that are best described as upand-down, right-and-left, and front-to-back.
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The term degrees of freedom refers to the number of different ways in which a robot manipulator can move. Most manipulators move in three dimensions, but often they have more than three degrees of freedom.
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Robot arms 649 You can use your own arm to get an idea of the degrees of freedom that a robot arm might have. Extend your right arm straight out toward the horizon. Extend your index finger so it is pointing. Keep your arm straight, and move it from the shoulder. You can move in three ways. Up-and-down movement is called pitch. Movement to the right and left is called yaw. You can rotate your whole arm as if you were using it as a screwdriver. This motion is called roll. Your shoulder therefore has three degrees of freedom: pitch, yaw, and roll. Now move your arm from the elbow only. This is hard to do without also moving your shoulder. Holding your shoulder in the same position constantly, you will see that your elbow joint has the equivalent of pitch in your shoulder joint. But that is all. Your elbow, therefore, has one degree of freedom. Extend your arm toward the horizon again. Now move only your wrist. Try to keep the arm above the wrist straight and motionless. Your wrist can bend up-and-down, side-to-side, and it can also twist a little. Your lower arm has the same three degrees of freedom that your shoulder has, although its roll capability is limited. In total, your arm has seven degrees of freedom: three in the shoulder, one in the elbow, and three in the arm below the elbow. You might think that a robot should never need more than three degrees of freedom. But the extra possible motions, provided by multiple joints, give a robot arm versatility that it could not have with only three degrees of freedom. (Just imagine how inconvenient life would be if your elbow and wrist were locked and only your shoulder could move.)
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