Transcript: What is Electronics Series Circuits Electronics Parallel Series Learning About Circuits!! Circuits Electronics are the things that use electricity to work. They have circuits and batteries or plugs. Some examples of electronics are: Cell phones, Vaccum cleaners, Torches, Bulbs, Televisions, and many other things. Parallel There are two types of circuits. They are known as series and parallel. Single Series Parallel A series circuit is just a loop. Because it is just a loop, the lights dont light up very bright. When the lights are in the loop, the electricity has to be shared between all of the bulbs in the circuit, therefore the light will be dimmer. Single Series Parallel Circuit Series These circuits are used in our everyday lives without us knowing. Parallel circuits will be found in car headlights, new fary/christmas lights, street lamps and house lights. Series circuits will be found in torches/lamps, old fairy/christmas lights, and fans. Most people wouldn't have known that these objects use these circuits. What are these circuits used for? Series Thanks for watching our presentation! We hope you learnt something new By Dayna and Shweta A parallel circuit is in a parallel loop. A parallel loop branches off so there are different ways to go to different things. Beacause it branches off, the voltage can choose which way it goes, so the voltage will be the same the whole way and the bulbs will be the same brightness.
Transcript: Cost There are no coding activities. It only goes on the line that is drawn.Company says that live chat workers are online but we sent in a chat a while ago and no one has responded. Educational Activities that could be done with this robot You can do strategy games, you can create mazes and attempt to trap the robot, there are multiple player games, the robots can dance. Devices it uses We think we should not get this robot because there is not much programing to this robot and not many educational activities. Some of the cons to this robot are : You can play on paper and tablets. It can read different colors and do things accordingly. It can race and go on tracks. It comes in different colors. Program Language Ozobot For a single pack it is $50.00 you can get it in titanium black or crystal white. For a double pack it is $100.00 in titanium black and crystal white. This Robot is at a good price, and we will save a lot of money. Pros to This Robot Cons To This Robot By Grace, Jilli, Hannah, Max, and Patrick from Mrs. Wallis' class Featuring the: Robotics presentation This Ozobot uses high tech controls such as an iPad, smart phone, tablet,and it uses paper and markers. The app it runs on is free. General Recommendation It basically follows a line for its guidance. It uses code also.The ozobot can change speed by it’s color and patterns.
Transcript: What is FIRST? "FIRST(For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) was founded in 1989 to inspire young people's interest and participation in science and technology." "Our mission is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership." What we do We are part of a great program called the FIRST Tech Challenge, which is a robotics competition by FIRST. We make a new robot each year which must complete new and challenging tasks. Some of these include loading and scoring a number of different scoring elements, and going over different types of terrain. Gracious Professionalism "With Gracious Professionalism, fierce competition and mutual gain are not separate notions. Gracious professionals learn and compete like crazy, but treat one another with respect and kindness in the process." We strive to be gracious and professional to other teams by helping with problems and providing parts, chargers or even laptops when they need them. We make sure that everyone on our team has the opportunity to come up with ideas, and, after deciding which are most proficient, implementing them into the robot. Getting Involved What you can do to get involved: The FIRST website, www.usfirst.org, has a lot of useful information about getting started at the FLL(First Lego Legue) level for ages 9-14, the FTC level for ages 14-18, and the FRC(First Robotics Competition) level for ages 14-18.
Transcript: Robotics *Robotics is a form of automation that is helping twenty-first century manufacturers in numerous industries gain rapid increases in productivity. How far robotics has come over the years *Notable recent advances include a robotic arm so finely calibrated that it can pick up a light bulb without breaking it *robotic cars that drive themselves through urban environments complete with traffic *prosthetic arms controlled by brain-computer interfaces *humanoid robots that can climb stairs and be guided by a person holding their hand William G. Walter's Turtle Robots by: Jay Corbitt Work cited *"Robotics Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about robotics." Encyclopedia.com | Free Online Encyclopedia. Web. <http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/robotics.aspx>. *"W. Grey Walter and his Turtle Robots | Robotics Society of Southern California." Welcome to RSSC | Robotics Society of Southern California. Web. <http://www.rssc.org/content/w-grey-walter-and-his-turtle-robots>. *"What are Some Significant Recent Advances in Robotics?." WiseGEEK: clear answers for common questions. Web. <http://www.wisegeek.com/what-are-some-significant-recent-advances-in-robotics.htm>. advancement in robotics What is Robotics? *W. Grey Walter developed a number of robots in the 1940’s and 1950’s which demonstrated great sophistication for their day. The technique he used are reflected in today’s reactive and biologically-inspired robots.
Transcript: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electricity http://www.robotshop.com/blog/en/top-10-robots-of-the-past-10-years-robots-of-the-decade-awards-3743 , to just about everywhere else in the world, the industry began modern development for automobiles, airplanes, machinery, and radios. What Did This Mean For The Future? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lester_Allan_Pelton In the present day, 2017, we see robots evolving into just about everything in our daily lives. Some examples are the Tesla S, which has an automated driving feature allowing it to have no driver, the new Wendy's and McDonald's self-serve automated kiosks which do the full job of a cashier, and the LG Personal Mini Home assistant which is an automated personal assistant. Going into the 2000s, Robotic inventions such as Packbot started appearing. Packbot, a military-used automated bomb detection device that could drive around on it's own route, showed the real potential for robots. The industry for robots was furthering the technological advancements, to developing more and more complex and sophisticated robots for the work force. https://www.thestar.com/business/2015/09/30/mcdonalds-canada-introduces-self-serve-ordering.html This meant that now people could create networks such as the Internet (1960s), which created instant-communication to across the globe. Robots utilized this new discovery, for example: improved long distance communication, remote reprogramming and location tracking. Present Day Hitting the 2000s (1890s) (Not actual picture of time frame) Today, we see an increasing number of multi-functional robotic devices that constantly surround our lives. Devices like modern cellular telephones, heavy equippment, weapons, cars, etc. can all be programmed to do anything they are told to do, and some even can make their own decisions. (Not actual picture of time frame - robots in this time were all mechanical springs, gears, and crank-to-operate) (1900s) At around the 1900's is when robots really became important. 1914, when World War 1 began, the need for an electrical device that can perform pre-programmed tasks began enormous. People needed systems that could track their location, they needed fuel-injected engines, they needed robots. In no time, the Macintosh was revealed as the first affordable at-home computer that could operate games and solve complex mathematical equations that took other methods far too long. Which in itself spiraled an industry of electronic goods, bringing technology into almost every household. Industrial robotic devices such as automated sliding doors, automated autmobiles, and automated factory lines were also popping up to create increased revenue for companies. The first "modern computer," in 1946, was revealed. The ENIAC was a $6,740,000US(in today's currency) supercomputer that calculated mathematical missile firing locations. It ran on vacuum tubes and weighed a whooping 4 tons. It could calculate trajectories 2,300x faster than the previous human-performed method, making it the ideal foundation for a modern robotic revolution. The Modernization and Development Computers! They're here! They're Everywhere! Is it bad? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ENIAC Joshua Bastarache
Transcript: By: Trey Warlick Robotics Presentation Robotics Overview Robotics Overview What I learned about: - The history of robotics Including the progression industrial robotics and humanoids - The Sphero and Ozobot Including how to use it by programming it - How to built a robotic tank Including how to program it to perform certain tasks. Key Definitions: Robot: A machine designed to perform a task What components do robots need to carry out tasks: sensors, control systems, and effectors - Sensors for input, control systems for decision making, and effectors for output. The History of Robotics The History of Robotics The Progression of Industrial Robotics. First industrial robot: Unimate was an arm designed to repeatedly stack and weld hot pieces of metal. - The arms weren't flexible, they were powered by hydraulics, and difficult to program. Progression in the Industry: IRB6 was the first electric industrial robot that was controlled by a microcomputer. - It was programmable and able to display digits with its LED's Early humanoid: Baxter could be quickly programmed to do anything. - It could only lift 2.2 kg, needs to be told what to do, and can't walk climb stairs, or talk. Progression in the Industry: Asimo can walk, climb, push, and perform several functions of a humanoid. The Progression of Industrial Robotics. Sphero: A durable robot that can be programmed to perform tasks such as completing designated routes. - I used Sphero Edu to experiment with programming. This platform utilized drag and drop functionality similar to scratch. Ozobot: A small line following robot that uses movement and sensors to follow colors on a page. Sphero and Ozobot Sphero and Ozobot Ozobot Experience Ozobot Experience I created a robotic tank using a beginners kit. This project utilized a form of scratch for its programming platform and was similar to the program used to code for Sphero. How it went: I found the constuction process to be timely because of simple mistakes I had been making such as forgetting to place a part and having to take it apart and reconstruct it. Robotics Project Robotics Project Final Project Final Project These pictures display the mbot tank that I created. The tank utilizes an arduino board and infared sensors that enable the user to program and control the tank. Final Project The picture to the left represents the code I used to program the IR remote. The picture to the right represents a portion of the arduino code automated in the process. IR remote coding idea: https://i1.wp.com/geekdad.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/mbot_simple_scratch.png?resize=1000%2C537&ssl=1 Bibliography Bibliography
Transcript: By: Mary Cardinal & Katherine Parks Modified Protobot No directions Created our own game plan Were able to take materials as needed (within budget) Learned that robots can be used more for performing tasks Chose between a speed and strength gearing Learned that speed gears from big to small Learned that strength gears from small to big Also learned that strength = torque 7-8 day build Tumbler This robot took the basic design of the first robot and modified it to learn. More specifically, we focused our build around the mechanics and gearing for speed and strength. Modified Tumbler Conveyer Protobot Meant going with the flow Incorporated easy step by step instructions Basic design and build 4 wheels and simple wiring Learned how to build the base of a robot Learned how to wire and steer Performed an obstacle course Each robot had a challenge/task that it needed to complete and had standards to meet Built in 3 days Fully disassembled More of a complex build Basic structure with claw, bars, etc. Longest build Hardest build (in our opinion) Needed more parts and included more gears Elaborate challenge 2 week build time The task of this robot was to be able to pick up tennis balls and keep them on your side and/or drop them in the crates. It was our first face to face challenge with another robot. We lost every battle and was discouraged due to Shoe's absence. This was the first robot with just Meg, Katie, and Mary. No directions but we had a model that we were able to look at and take pictures of for a guide. Task: carry a tennis ball through the conveyer belt Not too complicated First stationary belt First bot with belt 3 day build Our group succeeded fairly well but sometimes went a little awry because wiring came out so the robot would not steer correctly. The Logistics of Robot Building We chose torque because we felt that we could also make our robot remotely fast and also strong. In our development, we decided to plan less and grab things as we needed. Same structural approach of first bot Different builders on different duties All 3 working together Took conveyer (with slight modifications) and combined it with basic design from first robot No directions Added an arm 7-8 day build The task was to be able to collect balls and keep them on your side and/or drop them into the crates. Our conveyer didn't work so we used the arm to scoop up the balls and guide them to our side.
Transcript: It was a slow start! Joshua Bastarache The Beginning of Robots Robotics Presentation Where did it start? The beginning of the robot revolution was not long ago at all. In fact, it began all in 400 BC. The first robot ever recorded was a supposive steam-powered flying bird, built by an ancient Greek mathematician, Archytas. Though the bird was a great advancement, it didn't really help anybody. Nobody knew what it was at the time, besides it simply being an experiment.
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