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  • 1. The Spark About Robots
  • 2. Table of Contents Sources………..14 Robot wiring…………………………………..1 Glossary……….15 How to control a robot……………………….2 Remotes for robots…………………………..3 Conclusions…………………………………..4 Do you want to know more?........................5 What robots are really made of……………..6 The truth behind robots……………………...7 Can robots fight?.........................................8 Facts about robots…………………………...9 Sources………………………………………10 Differences…………………………………..11 How Robots Interact With Each Other…….12
  • 3. How to Wire a Robot To wire a Robot you need patience. You may not get a perfect one. There can be hundreds of wires each running to a specific place.
  • 4. How to Control a Robot Robots are controlled by a lot of technology. They rely on a complicated system using computers, and some are even controlled by remotes. Example: an automatic garage door opener.
  • 5. Remotes for Robots It can be a TV remote, garage opener, or computer. Any robot can be controlled by an electronic device. Some Robots control themselves, like a type of helicopter controls itself by using a computer that acts like a brain.
  • 6. Conclusions Discovering the world around us. Robots can help us live and Discover the solar system for us. They are very useful to us in many different ways. You can do research on them and eventually make one. Sometimes you can just make one from scratch, but that would be very hard work. You can’t just make one off the bat, you need to do research on them. Robots can be very hard to make. ● ● ● ● ● Robots can make more energy. Robots are very smart, and can solve problems really fast Robots can not last forever Robots can see a lot of things Some robots can have up to 300 working mechanics in them
  • 7. Do you want to know more? ● Robots can not last forever so that’s why we make more ● Some robots have up to 24 mechanical devices in their head! ● A person can mold their face and put it on a robot to make it look real! ● Robots can not smell but they have sensors, and sensors can sense objects and move ● Never feed a robot water because it can break it and hurt you ● Some robots have to use batteries to work.
  • 8. What Robots are Really Made Of. Well Robots aren’t just pieces of scrap metal put together. People take a lot of time and believing it will work. But people don’t know that, they're just not an expert at learning about robots, some of us are. Do you Know everything about robots? Did you know: Robots are VERY hard to build!
  • 9. The Truth Behind Robots Some robots were not made for play. They were mainly designed for serious work to do. And some were made as toys to play with. People will test robots before being used to see if they are ready for action.
  • 10. Can robots fight? Well if you think yes you are right! Robots can fight in many different ways. Robots have really, really complex brains. Some can understand you and do what you say. For example if you watch Real Steel you will get a better idea of what I’m saying
  • 11. Facts About Robots ● ● ● ● ● Some robots can control themselves. Most robots are made of metal or plastic Robots are expensive to build(lots of $) All robots use computers to function Most robots are stationary and do not move around
  • 12. Differences The toy robots The toy robots are made for play and to entertain people to keep them happy. The test robots The serious robots The test robots are made The serious robots are for testing experiments made for creating that are dangerous. structures and machines for people.
  • 13. Sparking Facts About Robot Factories Some factories are only as big as garages. Some are as big as a football field! If you wanted to make some robots you need a crew to help you. You might need a big factory if you want to build big robots. Many factories use robots to build other things, including other robots! Factories have emergency shutdown procedures. If a robot malfunctions turn all the power off.
  • 14. How Robots Interact With Each Other This is how robots interact with each other, ● Robots can do signals and they can understand the signals. ● Robots send radioactive waves that send signals through each of them. ● Some of them can understand other peoples voices. The main fact is they send signals. :)
  • 15. What You Learned 1.Some robot factories are as big as __________________! 2.Some robot factories are as small as _____________. 3.How much money do you think a big robot costs?$$________________$’s! 4.Does a robot cost 100000000$’s? (answer):___________. Did you do a good job? :) ___________________________Thats it for now! ______________________________
  • 16. Sources Kazerounian, Kazem. "Robot." World Book Student. World Book, 2013. Web. 2 Dec. 2013. Shor, Molly H. "Remote control." World Book Student. World Book, 2013. Web. 2 Dec. 2013. Verts, William T. "Computer." World Book Student. World Book, 2013. Web. 2 Dec. 2013. Glossary. (n.d.). The American Heritage College Dictionary, third edition, 1993.
  • 17. Glossary mechanics: (mi-kan’iks) Design, construction, and use of machinery, tools, or mechanical devices. malfunction: (mal-fungk’shen) 1. To fail to function. 2. To function improperly. sensor: (sen-ser, -sor) A device that receives and responds to a signal. electronic: (i-lek-tron’ik, e’lek-) of or relating to electronics. electronics: (i-lek-tron’iks, e’lek-) electronic devices and systems.