Make Your Own Robot

Author: Laurence King Publishing
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
ISBN: 185669903X
Release Date: 2012-03-07
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies

Have you ever dreamt of acquiring the most amazing collection of robots? What about being able to take them apart and rebuild them to bring the machines of your imagination to life? Well, here's your chance. This box-set includes fifteen different robot templates designed by Roger Fawcett-Tang, twelve of which have been illustrated and customized by a different trend-setting artist. Though varying in shape, the parts are interchangeable. Three blank DIY sheets also allow you to customize the templates with your very own designs. For robot obsessives of all ages, this playful but also intensely desirable object should become a collector's item in no time. Make sure you buy more than one set, and put at least one aside for the future. They may not change the course of technology or space travel, but they will certainly form a colorful and animated line-up on your shelf.

Build Your Own Robot

Author: Karl Lunt
Publisher: A K PETERS
ISBN: 1138465747
Release Date: 2018-06-28
Genre:

This book, a compilation of articles from Karl Lunt's long-running column for Nuts & Volts magazine, is a must-read for all beginner and intermediate-level robotics enthusiasts. Written in a friendly, straightforward manner, it contains entertaining anecdotes as well as practical advice and instruction. The author's stories about his various robotics projects will inspire you to try them yourself; and he shares his tips and code to help you. Possible projects range from transforming a TV remote control into a robot controller to building a robot from a drink cooler. You'll want to build them all; the author's enthusiasm for robotics is contagious!

Building Your Own Robots

Author: Gordon McComb
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781119302445
Release Date: 2016-08-16
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Fun robotics projects that teach kids to make, hack, and learn! There's no better way for kids to learn about the world around them than to test how things work. Building Your Own Robots presents fun robotics projects that children aged 7 – 11 can complete with common household items and old toys. The projects introduce core robotics concepts while keeping tasks simple and easy to follow, and the vivid, full-color graphics keep your kid's eyes on the page as they work through the projects. Brought to you by the trusted For Dummies brand, this kid-focused book offers your child a fun and easy way to start learning big topics! They'll gain confidence as they design and build a self-propelled vehicle, hack an old remote control car to create a motorized robot, and use simple commands to build and program a virtual robot—all while working on their own and enjoying a sense of accomplishment! Offers a kid-friendly design that is heavy on eye-popping graphics Focuses on basic projects that set your child on the road to further exploration Boasts a small, full-color, accessible package that instills confidence in the reader Introduces basic robotics concepts to kids in a language they can understand If your youngster loves to tinker, they'll have a whole lot of fun while developing their creative play with the help of Building Your Own Robots.

Home Robotics

Author: Daniel Knox
Publisher: Aurum Press Limited
ISBN: 9781781317686
Release Date: 2018-01-18
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Learn to make your own robots with this accessible, illustrated guide for robotics enthusiasts, featuring 13 unique robotics projects suitable for beginner to intermediate level. You’ve seen the sci-fi movies and dreamed of creating your very own robot. Now learn to build machines with your own hands that will move or perform tasks at your command. Featuring brand-new projects and specially commissioned photography, this book uses easily sourced components to teach you simple electronics and programming. Learn to design and build your very own custom-made creations that can walk, draw or even guard your home. Start with a space-age butterfly that skips along on its own or a robot that creates psychedelic patterns of amazing variety, then discover how to create a catapult bot that activates when movement is detected or construct an intelligent, all-terrain rover vehicle – the possibilities are endless.

Build Your Own Robots

Author: Rob Ives
Publisher: Makerspace Models
ISBN: 9781512459708
Release Date: 2018
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

See engineering come to life with an insect droid, a walking electric robot, and a cutlery bot made from household items. Step-by-step illustrations support robot builders and give them hands-on science experiences.

Insectronics

Author: Karl Williams
Publisher: Tab Books
ISBN: 0071412417
Release Date: 2003
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies

This complete project book delivers all the step-by-step plans users need to construct their own six-legged, insect-like robot that walks and actually responds to its environment. Using inexpensive off-the-shelf parts hobbyists can "build a better bug" and at the same time have fun honing their knowledge of mechanical construction.

Robot Builder s Cookbook

Author: Owen Bishop
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080554016
Release Date: 2007-09-10
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Owen Bishop introduces, through hands-on project work, the mechanics, electronics and programming involved in practical robot design-and-build. The use of the PIC microcontroller throughout provides a painless introduction to programming whilst harnessing the power of a highly popular microcontroller used by students and design engineers worldwide. This is a book for first-time robot builders, advanced builders wanting to know more about programming robots and students in Further and Higher Education tackling microcontroller-based practical work. They will all find this book a unique and exciting source of projects, ideas and techniques, to be combined into a wide range of fascinating robots. · Full step-by-step instructions for 5 complete self-build robots · Introduces key techniques in electronics, programming and construction - for robust robots that work first time · Illustrations, close-up photographs and a lively, readable text make this a fun and informative guide for novice and experienced robot builders

Make Your Own Robot

Author: IglooBooks
Publisher: Igloo Books
ISBN: 1499880200
Release Date: 2018-02-06
Genre: Juvenile Fiction

It's nearly time for Bobby Bot's party. Rusty has a great idea for a present, but can he find everything he needs to build it? With over 20 pieces to put together, so you can build your own robot, this book is perfect for an interactive storytime.

Build Your Own Combat Robot

Author: Pete Miles
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780072228441
Release Date: 2002-12-06
Genre: Computers

Create your own powerful battling robot from start to finish using this easy-to-follow manual. Robotics experts Pete Miles and Tom Carroll explain the science and technology behind robots, and show you what materials you need to build and program a robot for home, school, and competition.

Make Your Own Robots

Author: Richard Cummings
Publisher: Random House Childrens Books
ISBN: 0679206868
Release Date: 1981
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Presents directions for making a wind-powered twirling robot, android mask, toy robot in a toy car, scooter-like robot, writing automaton, robot costume, and electric rover robot.

Amphibionics

Author: Karl Williams
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780071429214
Release Date: 2003-04-22
Genre: Technology & Engineering

This work provides the hobbyist with detailed mechanical, electronic, and PIC microcontroller knowledge needed to build and program a snake, frog, turtle, and alligator robots. It focuses on the construction of each robot in detail, and then explores the world of slithering, jumping, swimming, and walking robots, and the artificial intelligence needed with these platforms.

Create Your Own Robot

Author: Steven James Petruccio
Publisher: Dover Publications
ISBN: 0486448789
Release Date: 2006-03
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

This space age character is likely to pop up where — and whenever you want him to. The winsome little robot comes with 38 mix-and-match sticker parts that will change the shape of his arms, legs, and even his face. Colorful accessories make the little guy even more fun to play with.

How To Design and Build Your Own Custom Robot

Author: David L. Heiserman
Publisher:
ISBN: UVA:X006072722
Release Date: 1981
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Describes electrical, mechanical, and sensory systems that can be used to build a robot, and explains how to program and select microprocessors for such a creation