Home Robotics (Aurum Press)
Home Robotics (Aurum Press)
Thursday, 15 March 2018

Subtitled, "Maker-Inspired Projects For Building Your Own Robots", this illustrated guide shows how to make your own robots, featuring 13 robotics projects suitable for beginner to intermediate level. Author Daniel Knox shows how to use easily sourced components that illustrate simple electronics and programming, and how to design and build custom-made creations that can walk, draw or even guard your home.

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Projects range from a space-age butterfly that skips along on its own, through robots that create psychedelic patterns of amazing variety, to a catapult bot that activates when movement is detected, and an intelligent, all-terrain rover vehicle.

Author: Daniel Knox
Publisher: Aurum Press
Date: Jan 2018
Pages: 160
ISBN: 978-1781317006
Print: 1781317003
Kindle: N/A
Audience: Robot enthusiasts
Level: Introductory
Category: Hardware platforms

 

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