123 Robotics Experiments for the Evil Genius

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123 Robotics Experiments for the Evil Genius by Myke Predko is a great starting point for anyone who is just interested in either electronics or robotics.


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123 Robotics Experiments for the Evil Genius is a good starting point for anyone who is just interested in either electronics or robotics. The text provides 123 experiments that have been designed to introduce and educate the reader about the mechanism and the electronics required for building a robot.

This book shows how you can create simple robots and models using inexpensive materials and tools found around the house and workroom.

Includes a printed circuit board

 

Table of Contents Myke's rules of robotics Section one. Introduction to robots

  • Experiment 1. Toilet paper roll mandroid
  • Experiment 2. Pipe cleaner insect
  • Experiment 3. Lego mobile robots
  • Experiment 4. Cardboard arm

Section two. Robot structures

  • Experiment 5. Cutting plywood
  • Experiment 6. Strengthening structures
  • Experiment 7. Finishing wood
  • Experiment 8. A gaggle of glues
  • Experiment 9. Nuts ad bolts
  • Experiment 10. Soldering and splicing wires
  • Experiment 11. Assembling the included PCB

Section three. Basic electrical PCB

  • Experiment 12. Electrical circuits and switches
  • Experiment 13. Electrical circuits and switches
  • Experiment 14. Voltage measurement
  • Experiment 15. Resistors and voltage drops
  • Experiment 16. Current measurement and ohm's law
  • Experiment 17. Kirchoff's voltage law and series loads
  • Experiment 18. Variable resistors
  • Experiment 19. Kirchoff's current law and parallel loads
  • Experiment 20. Thevenin's equivalency
  • Experiment 21. Power
  • Experiment 22. Batteries

Section four. Magnetic devices

  • Experiment 23. Electromagnets
  • Experiment 24. Relays
  • Experiment 25. Measuring the earth's magnetic field
  • Experiment 26. Direct current (DC) motor

Section five. Drivetrains

  • Experiment 27. Motor-driven crane
  • Experiment 28. Pulleys added to crane
  • Experiment 29. Switch DC motor "H-bridge"
  • Experiment 30. differential drive robot chassis
  • Experiment 31. Stepper motors
  • Experiment 32. Muscle wire

Section six. Semiconductors

  • Experiment 33. diodes
  • Experiment 34. Light-emitting diodes (LEDs)
  • Experiment 35. NPN transistor and two-LED lighting control
  • Experiment 36. Driving a motor with a transistor
  • Experiment 37. bipolar PNP transistor motor control
  • Experiment 38. Transistor motor h-bridge

Section seven. Our friend, the 555 chip

  • Experiment 39. Blinking LEDs
  • Experiment 40. 555 button debounce
  • Experiment 41. R/C servo control
  • Experiment 42. Light seeking robot

Section eight. Optoelectronics

  • Experiment 43. Different color LEDs
  • Experiment 44. Changing an LED's brightness
  • Experiment 45. Multisegment LEDs
  • Experiment 46. Optoisolator lock and key
  • Experiment 47. White/black surface sensor
  • Experiment 48. Line-following robot

Section nine. Audio electronics

  • Experiment 49. Buzzers
  • Experiment 50. Basic transistor oscillator code practice tool
  • Experiment 51. Electronic stethoscope
  • Experiment 52. Sound-level meter

Section ten. Digital logic

  • Experiment 53. Basic gate operation
  • Experiment 54. CMOS touch switch
  • Experiment 55. Bipolar transistor-based TTL "not" gate
  • Experiment 56. Sum of product circuits
  • Experiment 57. Common logic built from the NOR gate
  • Experiment 58. XORs and adders
  • Experiment 59. Pull-ups/pull-downs
  • Experiment 60. Mickey mouse logic

Section eleven. Power suppliers

  • Experiment 61. Zener diodes
  • Experiment 62. Linear power supply
  • Experiment 63. Switch mode power supply

Section twelve. Sequential logic circuits

  • Experiment 64. RS flips flops
  • Experiment 65. Edge-triggered flip flops
  • Experiment 66. Full D flip flop
  • Experiment 67. Flip flop reset
  • Experiment 68. Parallel data
  • Experiment 69. Traffic lights
  • Experiment 70. Shift registers
  • Experiment 71. Christmas decoration
  • Experiment 72. Random movement
  • Experiment 73. Counters
  • Experiment 74. Schmitt trigger inputs and button debounce
  • Experiment 75. PWM generation

Section thirteen Learning to program using the parallax Basic Stamp2

  • Experiment 76. Loading BASIC stamp windows editor software on your pc
  • Experiment 77. Connecting the PCB and BS2 to your pc and running your first application
  • Experiment 78. Saving your applications on your pc
  • Experiment 79. The "hello world" application explained
  • Experiment 80. Variables and date types
  • Experiment 81. Number date formats
  • Experiment 82. ASCII characters
  • Experiment 83. Variables arrays
  • Experiment 84. Using mathematical operators in the assignment statement
  • Experiment 85. Creating simple program loops
  • Experiment 86. Conditionally looping
  • Experiment 87. "Power off" application
  • Experiment 88. Conditionally executing code
  • Experiment 89. Advanced conditional execution
  • Experiment 90. Using the "for" loop in your application
  • Experiment 91. Saving code space using subroutines

Section fourteen. Interfacing hardware to the BASIC Stamp 2

  • Experiment 92. Controlling an LED
  • Experiment 93. Cylon eye
  • Experiment 94. Hitachi 44780-controlled liquid crystal display
  • Experiment 95. Musical tone output
  • Experiment 96. Electronic dice
  • Experiment 97. Keypad input
  • Experiment 98. Resistance measurement
  • Experiment 99. PWM analog voltage output
  • Experiment 100. R-2R digital-to-analog converter

Section fifteen. Sensors

  • Experiment 101. bLiza, the snarky computer
  • Experiment 102. Multiple seven-segment displays
  • Experiment 103 Rctime light sensor
  • Experiment 104. Differential light sensors
  • Experiment 105. Sound control
  • Experiment 106. Robot "whiskers"
  • Experiment 107. IR object sensors

Section sixteen. Mobile robots

  • Experiment 108. DC motor control base with h-bridge drivers
  • Experiment 109. State machine programming
  • Experiment 110. Random moth example
  • Experiment 111. Random movement explained
  • Experiment 112. Remote-control car robot base
  • Experiment 113. R/C servo setup
  • Experiment 114. Controlling multiple servos
  • Experiment 115. Robot artist
  • Experiment 116. Parallax's "GUI-Bot" programming interface
  • Experiment 117. Stepper motor control
  • Experiment 118. Infrared two-way communications

Section seventeen. Navigation

  • Experiment 119. Line-following robot
  • Experiment 120. Wall-following robot
  • Experiment 121. Ultrasonic distance measurement
  • Experiment 122. Hall effect compass
  • Experiment 123. NMEA GPS interface

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