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assistive robots: domo

project over assistive robots!! domo!!!

rachel libby

on 8 February 2013

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Domo could be given more sensors to help with calculations. Domo could become less bulky and more portable by using smaller parts for his inside. How domo could improve I think domo will have a good impact on people because he can help immobile people with things they cant do without help. The intended audience will be happy with domo. impacts Advantages:
Domo assists people who lack full mobility by doing chores and everyday house tasks.
Domo makes life easier
Can replace jobs for people. like a maid
May have a malfunction and cause problems. Like breaking and dropping objects Advantages and disadvantages Assistive robots: domo Rachel Libby Parekh, Alan. "MIT DOMO Robot." MIT DOMO Robot. N.p., 25 Aug. 2006. Web. 07 Feb. 2013. <http://hackedgadgets.com/2006/08/25/mit-domo-robot/>.
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Ross, Rachel. "The Browser Wars Go Mobile." MIT Technology Review. N.p., 17 Apr. 2007. Web. 07 Feb. 2013. <http://www.technologyreview.com/news/407700/a-robust-robot-for-the-elderly/>. citations Mechanical design engineer
Builder of domo
Programmer of domo Jobs/carreers Domo has two eye sensors on the front of his head. He uses them for seeing and taking in his surroundings. four sensors are in domos hands. They help him figure the size and weight of an object. What sensors does domo have and how he uses them Domo adapts to his surroundings. Domo sees through his eyes, which are cameras, and the information gets analyzed by 12 computers. The computers then tell him what to do. The computers are pre programmed to tell him exactly what to do. How is he taught to perform tasks Domo is multifunctional
Domo can pick up heavy, light, soft, hard, almost any object that can fit in his hands. Is domo multifunctional This robot is used all over the world. Houses, offices, factories. This is a helping robot so it has many flexible joints. The domo has two arms with two elbows. Where this robot is used and its work envelope Domo is here to help people who don’t have full mobility.
He can move objects and bring them to people.
He has eyes, with cameras in them, so he can look around. He also has two arms. tasks that domo performs and human functions
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