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Prologue Message (Lol, just kidding) ( If it werent for those guys, we wouldnt be here ^ ^). Since then, evolution of robotics has greatly evolved around the world. Improving, changing, and growing. Robotics has evolved to what we see now…. (Anyways…ahem…) Early Robotics dates back to the Greek guys who were responsible for all the math we gotta deal with today.
The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack of will. -Vince Lombardi Leonardos Robot The Original Robot in history, designed in 1495 by Leonardo Da Vinci. The Pascaline The First Calculator in History, completely Mechanical. Created by Blaise Pascal in 1642. Frankensteins Monster (portrayed by Boris Karloff), was one of the first robots to appear on film in 1931 and the first to appear in books in 1889. The First RC This RC boat, began RC technology. Created by Nikola Tesla in 1891. The Intel 4004 processor was the first CPU to be in Chip Form. Created by Intel in 1971. Early Robotics dates back to the Greek guys who were responsible for the all math we gotta deal with today (Lol, just kidding, If it werent for those guys, we wouldnt Since the early days of man, robotics evolution spanned around the world and over time it has evolved to what we perceive now….which are Roombas (-_-) Asimo Created by Honda Industries in Japan, 2001 Ancient Greek Records say that the Greek Mathematician Archyras of Tarentum created a mechanical bird sometime around 500 BC. This so-called bird is noted as the first robot in ancient history prior to the Renaissance and the Industrial Revolution.
The student will be introduced to Programming a 360 degree 5 axis articulating arm via the Industry Standard SmartTerminal hand held computer and the PC interface. The student will learn all the basic physical parts of the system. Additionally, the student will learn to utilize many of the 150 programming language commands to manipulate the robot to do work in three dimensional work space over time. Furthermore, the student will learn and implement Industry Standard Robotic Safety Standards in the work place.
In CIS 112, we write programs for a robot in the 500 building, and have mini-field trips to the CTE Building (Career Technical Education, 1800), and test it on the only robot on campus, The Pegasus. Its simply a robot arm that 360 degrees of motion, has a claw and a moving platform. Youll be graded on what kind of things you can make it do. Controlling The Pegasus can be easy or hard, that parts up to you. The Pegasus is on a track that slides left to right, and the arm can reach out to pick something up. It can be coded and can animated like a cartoon.