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View Resource Introduction to Robotics

2.12 Introduction to Robotics is a course that is offered through MIT's OpenCourseWare program. This course provides an overview of robot mechanisms, dynamics, and intelligent controls. Topics include: -planar and spatial kinematics, and motion planning-mechanism design for manipulators and mobile robots, multi-rigid-body dynamics, 3D graphic simulation -control design, actuators, and...

View Resource Live Science: Robots

This website from Live Science looks at developments in robotics. The site includes interactive features, images, multimedia and news items. Teachers interested in beginning a unit on robotics will find many useful resources on the site to use as a starting point.

View Resource Underwater Robots; Oil and Gas Refining; Video Games

The ATETV project delivers web-based videos to connect students to careers in advanced technology. This episode of ATETV deals with engineering and design, oil and gas refinement for a major petroleum company, and video game design and creation, common programs offered at community colleges. It can be viewed whole or in three segments: "Environmental Engineering at Bristol Community College,"...

View Resource Sam Come Home! Classroom Activity

In this lesson from Math Machines, students will "use algebra and trigonometry to automate SAM the Robot to complete a right triangular path." The class will use the program SCHOME to perform the task. A participant handout (including worksheet) and facilitator notes are made available for download in DOC file format. Links to the necessary calculator programs are also included.

View Resource Monster 3-D Classroom Activity

In this lesson from Math Machines, students will use the SAM stepper motor robot to follow a path and fire a laser at several cutouts of monsters. In doing so, the class will "calculate angles in the XZ-coordinate plane so that the movement of both the robot (aligned along the Y-axis) and a pointer (aligned along the X-axis) will combine to aim the laser and shoot each monster as the robot passes...

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