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Digital Trends

A Swiss weedkiller robot could curb our dependence on herbicides
Digital Trends
Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a Roomba-like robot that can tend to crops autonomously. At Carnegie Mellon, they're building a suite of A.I. and drones to take on some of agriculture's most demanding tasks. And just last year ...



ArmyTimes.com

One of these four robot vehicles could take the load off Army squads
ArmyTimes.com
By November, two Army infantry brigade combat teams and a not-yet-disclosed Marine unit will be testing four variants of a load-bearing robot vehicle for the next year. During a technology demonstration focusing on Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis' push ...



Corvallis Gazette Times

Robots under water: Crescent Valley students test units at Yaquina Bay
Corvallis Gazette Times
Disaster struck when a student over-tightened a bolt while sealing up the canister that contained the robot's electronics and cracked the plastic plate that sealed up the canister into two pieces. The team spent most of the rest of the field trip ...



The Missoulian

'Freedom!' Obi robot gives student with cerebral palsy independence
The Missoulian
During a recent lunch period at Paxson Elementary School, a group of third-graders gathered around a table to eat, opening their lunchboxes from home, or setting down their cafeteria trays. One student brought something different: a device that looked ...



The Guardian

Why the robot revolution risks an economic 'death spiral' for Australia
The Guardian
Economics research papers generally are not known for their optimism, but the IMF paper titled “Should We Fear the Robot Revolution? (The Correct Answer is Yes)” fairly hits you between the eyes with its pessimism. This research goes very much to the ...



The Columbian

Robot sub finds 'Holy Grail of shipwrecks'
The Columbian
Enter a tiny submersible robot named Remus 6000 — packed with sensors and cameras and capable of diving 4 miles underwater — that has discovered the centuries-old final resting place of the sunken ship. The unmanned underwater vehicle, operated by ...
An autonomous robot captured detailed images of the treasure-laden “Holy Grail of Shipwrecks”Quartz
Underwater robot finds 300-year-old ship with treasure worth $17 billion!Daily News & Analysis

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USB Logo
USB Logo
USB stands for Universal Serial Bus and is a standard that describes both the physical constraints of the hardware connections as well as the communication protocol that each USB device must adhere to. USB is used for short range networks (cable length of less than 15 ft.), that mainly support peripheral devices such as USB hard drives, flash memory sticks, or other input devices like a mouse or joystick. The USB standard has undergone a few overhauls over its lifetime – which have allowed for different connection types, and more importantly speed upgrades. All USB devices are backwards compatible however, and should all work together, even when different speed of devices are placed in the same network. That being said, the USB network will be limited in speed to the slowest device available.

The USB lists that each cable must provide ~5v at each connection point, allowing for the slave device to draw power from an attached power source. This can be helpful when dealing with robotics by removing the need for an additional power supply. To learn more about USB, take a look at the links below:


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Did you know..

  • ... That Battery Life of a robot can be dependent on a lot of factors. To name a few, the battery age, amount of charge ...
  • ... That The First Robotics (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) organization has created...
  • ... That Bluetooth is a wireless data transfer network that is primarily used for wireless mobile devices. Bluetooth, just ...
  • ... That A Microcontroller (MCU) is a programmable device that contains various sets of hardware elements that are int...
  • ... That Degrees of Freedom (DoF) refers to how many "axes" of movement your robot has. A ...

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NXT
LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT better than ever: new models, more customisable programming and all-new technologies! MINDSTORMS NXT 2.0 combines the versatility of the LEGO building system with all-new technologies, an intelligent microcomputer brick and intuitive drag-and-drop programming software. The new 2.0 toolkit features everything you need to create your first robot in 30 minutes and then thousands of other robotics inventions that do what you want!
LEGO Mindstorms is a line of Lego Group products combining programmable bricks with electric motors, sensors, Lego bricks, and Lego Technic pieces (such as gears, axles, beams, and pneumatic parts) to build robots and other automated or interactive systems.
LEGO Mindstorms can be consired toys and/or educational microworlds to learn computer programming.

History
Orgininally, this product has been co-developped with the Epistemology and Learning Group of MIT Media Lab. Since collaboration has ended, this research group renamed to Lifelong Kindergarden worked on other systems, e.g. Crickets (marketed by another company)

Software
LEGO sells different variants of this product: RCX and the recent NXT
For each LEGO provides software (programming languages), but there are numerous other ones that one can use instead.