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Transcript: The Robots of Star Wars Created in a time where science fiction movies were not particularly successful. According to Lucas, the largest grossing Sci-Fi movie prior to star wars was 2001, which made approx $24 million. The first "Star Wars" move has grossed $461 million domestically and $775 million worldwide. "I'm not much more than an interpreter, and not very good at telling stories." -- C-3PO Robot Communicates with a series of beeps. Physical structure. Generally obedient to its master. Performs specific role as "astromech droid". Puts itself at risk in order to help Luke and others. No regard for self when others are in danger. George Lucas' "A New Hope" heavily influenced by Joseph Campbell (studied origins of religions and myths of various cultures) and Flash Gordan. Human Has a spunky, almost sarcastic personality. Seems to react emotionaly to situations/people: Loyalty Concern Demonstrates progressive intelligence. C3PO is a protocol Droid Protocol Droids constructed to assist in sentient relations: they were built to physically resemble them, to act with etiquette, and are frequently used as translators. The Droids of Star Wars C3PO George Lucas Questions? Released in 1977 R2-D2 A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away... C3PO Moments Stands for "Second Generation Robotic Droid Series-2". R2-D2 is an "astromech droid" or "astro droid, typically serving as a mechanic or for navigation on starships. The lesser models were created with less intelligence, the better models with greater intelligence and possible rebellious tendencies. Behind the Scenes: R2-D2 Set the Stage for Sci-Fi Films Lucas generally worked alone. Prior to Star Wars, he had only produced two successful films: THX - 1138 and American Graffiti. R2-D2 Moments Characteristics: Human vs Robot http://starwars.com/explore/encyclopedia/characters/c3po/#!/media Human: Very emotional Worrisome Annoyed Intense Vocal Disobedient Complains a lot Demonstrates progressive intelligence Empathy - shows concern for not only humans, but other robots (such as R2D2). http://starwars.com/explore/encyclopedia/characters/r2d2/#!/media/videos Robot Physical construction His vast knowledge base (the billions of languages/cultures/people he is knowledgable about) Characteristics of R2-D2: Human vs Robot Star Wars Background Star Wars

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Transcript: Robots at Home Cancer fighting nanobots! nanobots are swallowed target and destroy cancer tumors successful test on mice Robots outside Robots can do a variety of things outside. Robots this is the warrior worker robot. it can lift 200lbs !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DRONES sakura looks for radiation cracks. Mars Spacecraft going to Jupiter's 6th moon Europa Launch in 2020 after Citations for Zoe O'Bryan Robots this is sakura Robots in natural disasters! Thompson, Andrea, "Phoenix Mars Lander Found Liquid Water, Some Scientists Think", March 10, 2009, http://www.space.com/6394-phoenix-mars-lander-liquid-water-scientists.html Unknown, "Europa Clipper", January 3rd, 2015, http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/missions/profile.cfm?MCode=EuropaClipper&Display=ReadMore Castillo, Michelle, "Cancer-fighting nanorobot may be able to target tumors, spare healthy tissue", January 6, 2014, http://www.cbsnews.com/news/cancer-fighting-nanorobot-may-be-able-to-target-tumors-leave-healthy-tissue-alone/ Thomas, Dan, "Robots on the Battlefield", August 27, 2014, http://www.engineering.com/DesignerEdge/DesignerEdgeArticles/ArticleID/8363/Robots-on-the-Battlefield.aspx nuclear power plant disaster!!! Robots can do a variety of tasks. Robots in Battle robots can search for people in rubble and take them to hospitals. drones can deliver medicine,search for survivors,and deliver food. Citations for Colin Chow Phoenix robotic spacecraft landed on Mars 2008 Found water How robots go where people can't Colin James Chow How robots protect people Clayton Zenisek How robots make life easier Zoe O'Bryan Europa landing! Robots in to rubble it is made by iRobot Citations for Clayton Zenisek before Clear minefields Search for enemies and survivors Operate in bad weather and areas with chemical weapons Robots can go where humans can't yet go in space Peters, Adele, "How Drones Can Save Lives Around the World," co.exist. 23 May, 2014 http://www.fastcoexist.com/3030771/how-drones-can-save-lives-around-the-world Unknown, "Top Disaster Relief Robots." Futurejam. 31 Oct. 2012. alexob.co.uk/post/34693215067. Robots in Space Penny Garden on Pintrest IR Robots in Humans

Robot Presentation

Transcript: Question 3: Name some advantages and disadvantages of using a robot to complete its task. According to parorobots.com, the robot seal is designed to provide the same benefits of animal therapy to autistic children and the elderly. It has been proven to relieve stress, stimulate interaction between patients and caregivers, and improve the relaxation and motivation of people that use it. Question 1: What task does the robot perform? What human function or task does this robot simulate? Ideas Advantages: No fur allergies Never tired Never in a bad mood, Won't bite a person Can learn to respond to a new name Can help the elderly to socialize more Disadvantages: Runs out of battery quickly-two hours Not a real person- people are socializing with a robot Introduction STEAM 2~ Paro: The Robot Seal Notes Question 5: Predict and explain how this robot may be altered to perform more or different tasks in the future. Ideas Paro is an interactive robot seal developed by Japanese company AIST. It is designed to look like a baby harp seal, and even makes sounds like one. Question 4: Describe the impact that this robot has had or could have on its intended audience. Paro is programmed to react to hits, gentle pats, light, and recognize the direction of voice. The robot can also be taught to respond to a name by the user, and learn to behave in the way that the user wants it to. For example, if you hit it, Paro will remember what it did and try not to repeat that action. In the future, Paro may be altered to have speech or act as an alternative to pets in places where pets aren't allowed, since it is already somewhat of a companion to the elderly in nursing homes. In the few nursing homes that have purchased Paro for their residents, it has been very successful. The robot seal actually has a calming effect, and is used as a formal "intervention" for elderly dementia patients that become agitated or aggressive. Question 2: How is the robot taught to perform its task? Ideas Pictures/Videos

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Transcript: ADVANTAGES: - Able to walk - Allows to stand -Everyday task Smooth natural walk Pictures- DISADVANTAGES: -Bulk Not waterproof - Limited height range - Hip width -Very heavy 2.Where is the robot used? What is its work envelope (how many degrees of freedom or flexible joints does it have)? On the sides of the robot there are buttons to indicate which leg is moving. 1. What task does the robot perform? What human function or task does this robot simulate? The robot helps people who are paralyzed from the waist down to walk again. The Ekso robot allows people who are too weak walk again by giving them more strength. Ekso Robot - Battery in the back of the robot. - Buttons on battery that holds info. 6.Name some advantages and disadvantages of using a robot to complete this task. 4.How is the robot taught to perform its task? No, the only task the robot does is help paralyzed people walk. 9.Predict and explain how this robot may be altered to perform more or different tasks in the future. 3.Is the robotic end effector multi-functional? If so, what other tasks can it perform? People who are paralyzed have no chance of ever walking again. This robot allows people to stand as well as walk. The audience might get interested in the robot and make more models. 7.Describe the impact that this robot has had or could have on its intended audience. 5.What sensors does the robot have and how does the robot use these sensors? The robot is used in everyday life. People put on the exoskeleton to walk. By- Christine Odisho Swim, Run drive ect. 8.What type of jobs/careers can this robot create to provide employment for people? If you can walk with this robot you might be able to get a job because of it.

Robot Presentation

Transcript: MIGUEL LOPEZ MELISSA GUTIERREZ CHRISTIAN RICHARDSON NATHALEA NARIO OMAR ARAUZA MATTHEW CONROY The task of our robot is to locate and turn of the the red beacon, and deliver the green beacon across a starting line. The class then split into groups and within each group there were mechanical, electrical, and programing teams all working with one another to complete their assigned task. Main Task: Construct a functional IR board for the robot. PROJECT OVERVIEW MECHANICS LEARN HOW TO OPERATE EASY C SOFTWARE DEVELOP ROBOT CONTROL PROGRAM TEST AND FINE TUNE THE ROBOT PROGRAMMING PROGRAMMING TASKS Twenty minutes prior to the final testing, our robot stopped functioning Both motors simultaneously stopped working Our robot could no longer move With only twenty minutes remaining in class it was physically impossible to replace the motors and test our robot in time. THROUGHOUT THE WEEKS, WE HAD WRITTEN A VERY COMPLEX CODE THE T.A. TOLD US THERE WAS A SIMPLER WAY TO WRITE THE CODE USING STATE VARIABLES RE-WROTE THE ENTIRE CODE ON THE LAST WORK DAY HAD TO TROUBLE SHOOT ON PRESENTATION DAY GOOD PART - WE GOT THE ROBOT TO TURN OFF THE RED BEACON STILL HAD A LOT OF TIME TO TROUBLESHOOT THE SECOND HALF ROBOT STOPPED WORKING IN THE END Goal: To use and innovate ideas to not only create a function robot, like the one presented in the VEX manual, but to make slight adjustments to maximize performance. ELECTRONICS SUMMARY/WHAT WE LEARNED SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY CHARLES W. DAVIDSON COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING E10 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING In this lab, we group 21 were asked to mimic the Care-O-Bot's capability of turning off a stove and delivering a plate to its owner. For safety and practical reasons, the plate and stove in our scenario was replaced by two infrared beacons, each emitting its own signal distinguishing itself. E10-27 OG PROFESSOR AHMED BANAFA December 2, 2015 MELISSA & OMAR ROBOT PROJECT PRESENTATION PROBLEMS WE FACED create a robot that will turn off the red beacon capture the green beacon move efficiently Challenges Faced: - Solder's must be clean - Deciding what components should be soldered first to based on size. By combining the engineering disciplines of Mechanical, Software, and Electrical, we designed our very own autonomous robot but in the end failed due to mechanics of the robot.

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