Robot is a system that contains sensors, control systems,
manipulators, power supplies and software all working together to
perform a task. Designing, building, programming and testing a
robots is a combination of physics, mechanical engineering,
electrical engineering, structural engineering, mathematics and
We think robot do work instead of human because if human command the robot to
get the food or something robot will do it all thing that people command but if
people command the robot go out of the space that robot was only made up
specially, so there are many kind of robot.
Robot do work instead of human
Introduction of robotics.
- Robots have become a
subject of great interest.
- A robot is a machine that
looks and acts like a human
- Robots are, in fact, defined
as man-made mechanical
devices that can move by
themselves, whose motion ,
planned, sensed, actuated
the history of robotics being at in 320bc. robots and technology in
general. about advances in artificial intelligence and changes in
industrial robotics, research into robotic arms used in car
manufacturing, mars rovers.
In 1932 the first robot toy was produced in
japan the ‘lilliput’ was a wind-up toy which
walked. it was made from tinplate and stood
just 15cm tall.
History of robotics.
Application of robotics
- Material handing
- Material transfer
- Machine loading and/or unloading
- Spot welding
- Continuous arc welding
- Spray coating
Possibilities of robot in the future
This article is about the future of robotics for civil use. Cooperation
between robots with different capabilities is one of the aspects which
can influence on the future of robotics. In this situation coordination is
an important factor which must be take to account for making a robust
behavior for each robot.
Types of robots
-Industrial robots -Military robots
-Domestic or household robots -Entertainment robots
-Medical robots -Space robots
-Service robots -Hobby and competition
Robots is in the news
Robot Plays Angry Birds 2. A robot plays Angry Birds using a tablet. Researchers see their
system as a future rehabilitation tool for children with cognitive and motor-skill disabilities
In a new study, Howard and Park asked grade-school children to play Angry
Birds with an adult watching nearby. Afterwards, the kids were asked to teach a
robot how to play the game. The children spent an average of nine minutes with
the game as the adult watched. They played nearly three times as long (26.5
minutes) with the robot. They also interacted considerably more with the robot
than the person. Only 7 percent of their session with the adult included eye
contact, gestures and talking. It was nearly 40 percent with the robot.