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Robot Books!!!!!

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funkydyb

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Hi all,
I am new in the field of ROBOTS,and I don't have any past experience in this field....
I need to practice making robots ,2 come proffisional in the future.....
So if anyone could help providing me with a source (PDF , PPT or word book)so that I can get information and learn about robots,that would be nice.....
Sherif :D
 

funkydyb

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I downloaded the book (where am I)
And when I begun to have a look and read....
I realized that it is (2 some extent)advanced(for me)
Cause as I told U I am a beginner in this field...........
So If U can tell me about another simpler book I wouid be pleasant
Thanks alot..
 

falleafd

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I don't know on hobbies field, so I don't know how to begin with books. :)

I've just skimmed around on internet and finded some simple project to begin.

At first, I start with learning microcontrollers. You can come to Nigel tutorial (at his signature) to see how to work with PIC16F628 and 16F876

Secondly, I learn how to control a motor. I didn't start with DC motor, but with stepping motor. You can search for Douglas W. Jones tutorial on Stepping motor. It's great.

After that, I learn how to control the DC motor, servo motors, and so on. Use PWM method to control DC motor, and Stepping...

After having some basic knowledge on controlling, I start learn about what is a robot? You can search for the presentation of Stephen Marsland "CS3451 Laboratory Exercises: Guide to the Robots" - Autonomous mobile robot. You will see what is the paradigm of robotics

Having this basics, you can understand what you need to build a robot. You then need to learn how to use sensors: IR sensors, Ultrasonics rangefinders, Camera.... and so on.

Finally, you sketch out your robot, and then build your own one.

Goodluck
 

funkydyb

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falleafd said:
I don't know on hobbies field, so I don't know how to begin with books. :)

I've just skimmed around on internet and finded some simple project to begin.

At first, I start with learning microcontrollers. You can come to Nigel tutorial (at his signature) to see how to work with PIC16F628 and 16F876

Secondly, I learn how to control a motor. I didn't start with DC motor, but with stepping motor. You can search for Douglas W. Jones tutorial on Stepping motor. It's great.

After that, I learn how to control the DC motor, servo motors, and so on. Use PWM method to control DC motor, and Stepping...

After having some basic knowledge on controlling, I start learn about what is a robot? You can search for the presentation of Stephen Marsland "CS3451 Laboratory Exercises: Guide to the Robots" - Autonomous mobile robot. You will see what is the paradigm of robotics

Having this basics, you can understand what you need to build a robot. You then need to learn how to use sensors: IR sensors, Ultrasonics rangefinders, Camera.... and so on.

Finally, you sketch out your robot, and then build your own one.

Goodluck

I don't know how 2 thank U.....
the steps U gave me R wonderful and useful..
thank U very much :D :D
 
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