In humanoid robots, the sense of touch becomes even more important due to the resemblance of these robots to humans and the fact that touch, is an essential sense for humans. Different routes are being explored in which this new modality can be used in combination with proprioception to identify people’s faces. Although computer vision is now an effective way for robots to recognize a person the process of identification is invisible for the human. It is also very sensitive to illumination conditions and provides only partial information about texture and other individual specific facial features. We seek to provide robots with the ability to create a map of facial features through tactile exploration.
Especially when having to navigate to distant points, one should consider using a goal planner, which can determine the best path to target and drive towards it autonomously. To achieve this, using computers to control robots is to be considered. Humans already interact with computers in many ways, however the prevailing method is using Graphical
Legged walkers are a class of robots that imitate the locomotion of animals and insects, using legs. It is well known that legged locomotion is more efficient, speedy, and versatile than the one by track and wheeled vehicles when it operates in a rough terrain or in unconstructed environment. The potential advantages of legged locomotion can be indicated such as better mobility, obstacles overcoming ability, active suspension, energy efficiency, and achievable speed. Legged walking robots have found wide application areas such as in military tasks, inspection of nuclear power plants, surveillance, planetary explorations, and in forestry and agricultural tasks However, it is still far away to anticipate that legged walking robots can work
The VFH method uses the histogram grid described above to represent the environment in which the robot travels. This makes the map fairly accurate even when the robot is equipped with sonars. The contents of each cell in the histogram grid is treated as an obstacle vector, the direction of the vector is the direction from the current position of the robot to the obstacle. The magnitude of the vector is given by a formula that considers both the certainty value of the cell and the distance to the cell (note that with a certainty value of zero the magnitude of the obstacle vector will also be
Fractal robots can enable buildings to be built within a day, help perform sensitive medical operations and can assist in laboratory experiments. This technology is called Digital Matter Control and is implemented here with a machine called robotic cubes and the entire technology is called Fractal Robot Technology. Also Fractal Robots have built-in self repair which means they can continue without human intervention. Keywords: Fractal, Fractal Robots ,Fractal Bus -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FRACTAL ROBOTS AND ITS APPLICATIONS Rashmi Chaudhari1, V.H.Bansode2 1 Department of Mechanical engineering,SKNCOE Pune , email@example.com 2 Department of Mechanical engineering,SKNCOE Pune, firstname.lastname@example.org ABSTRACT Fractal Robots is an emerging new service that promises to revolutionize every aspect of human technology. Fractal robots are objects made from cubic bricks that can be controlled by a computer to change shape and reconfigure themselves into objects of different shapes. These cubic motorized bricks can be programmed to move and shuffle themselves to change shape to make objects like a house potentially in a few seconds. This technology has the potential to penetrate every field of human work like construction, medicine,
In traditional days, wheelchair is been operated using joystick,mouse or keyboard which proved to be effective only for healthy people. Providing a robot that would respect all constraints mentioned above is the ultimate goal of BCI. Brain computer Interface is a direct communication pathway between human brain and an external communication devices.BCIs sometimes called as Mind-machine Interface or Brain-Machine Interface. Basically there are two types of Brain Computer Interface techniques, invasive and noninvasive technique. In invasive technique the brain signals are recorded by an implanting electrode directly into cortex of brain.
Resulting the potential danger from robots is increased proportionally. One of the salient features of Robots is that they gradually and increasingly pervade in many segments of human’s area and impact their lives. They tend to become a part of our lifestyle and living environment. They are useful but at the same time dangerous as their rapid and forceful movements can influence and manipulate the sharp and dangerous tools. This can be a threat to surrounding humans as well as robots.
Micro-level concept also enables accurate modelling of ordinary infill, infill with openings, non-strengthened infill, strengthened infill and other different types of infill. Based on developed computer program and successful theoretical results, it has been expected that this modelling concept will be widely adopted in modern earthquake engineering. (8) 1.1.4. Disadvantages Micro models are particularly suited for small structures and involve rigorous calculations, whereas macro level model saves times and uses less memory too. (8) 1.1.5.
These robots could decrease casualties among soldiers and citizens and reduce risks for soldiers by performing hazardous tasks, because robots provide an opportunity to detect and deactivate an explosive device from standoff distance in explosive ordnance disposal missions (Schulzke 2011, 296; Tunstel jr. et al 2013, 585). EOD is a special term for "the detection, identification, on-site evaluation, rendering safe, recovery, and final disposal of unexploded explosive ordnance" (Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms 2010, 92). Without these robots, there might be much more difficulties and wounding between military