Basics of robotics

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by leonidus, Oct 2, 2008.

  1. leonidus

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    Hi!
    thank u dave for ur suggestion

    I am interested in robotics. A week before I have done a robotics workshop(level 1 & level 2) held in my college. There they taught us some related theory in brief.

    I want to buid my own bots. Please suggest me some sources (books,sites) from where I could get info about it alongwith some theory related to actual working of robots, their types, different features...(starting from basics). [​IMG]
     
  2. bertus

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  4. scubasteve_911

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    Robotics can be a simple or complex subject, which depends on how far you look into it. If you want to put something together, there is a good chance you don't need a lot of theory. If you want to get more sophisticated, then you need to look into robotic theory. This would involve translational, rotational, matrices, dynamic modeling, etc.

    Steve
     
  5. hokageleads

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    if u want to build one .. u should determine what kind of robot u want to build, because this robotic field is vast .. from a simple line follower to sophisticated humanoid like ASIMO ..
     
  6. leonidus

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    Sep 23, 2008
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    Thanks to all !!! :)
    for ur replies
    Sites mentioned by bertus & hgmjr are really good. It would help me a lot.
    hokageleads, I am a begginer to this field. So, I prefer to go from start, building small bots like line-follower.
    & scubasteve_911 the theory I mentioned was about the basics.So that I can build my own new robots of my idea in near future.
    Thank u once again
     
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