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--Thomas____________________________________________________This is the December 2013 issue of Robots and Androids!
Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat, please build a robot, just like that!
We got to see two of their robots, one of which won a fantastic prize in the "Robot of the Month" contest.
Well, have a great new year and build lots of robots!
If you would like to compete or know someone who would like to compete, just send me an email. This is the April 2014 issue of Robots and Androids! ---At our Riverside Robotics Society, I taught our fifth Arduino C class. That and cake and cookies and lots of chocolates made it a GREAT meeting.
____________________________________________________April is here and my Makerbot 3D SCANNER ARRIVED!!!! We also had a large number of people from the "Metal Ducks" FIRST club come and join us.
(Those of you who know me, know that I prefer life-size robots anyway.) But I did have a TOTAL BLAST! ____________________________________________________I think that the ground hog saw his shadow, so that means there will be another six weeks of winter right? Only problem is that I would only use it once a year.
And finally, last weekend we went to the Socal Maker Con at the Fairplex.
There were MANY more makers at the MMF and of course they had the TOTALLY AWESOME "The Electric Giraffe! On the 4th of October we have the Mini Maker Faire which is being held for the first time in Riverside, CA. There needs to be about another 30 hours in a week. Have a GREAT MONTH and See you at the Robot Expo in Riverside, CA in October! I've been working on the upcoming Riverside Robot Expo 2014 and it's going to be a BLAST! ____________________________________________________July is here in S. It was a nice break, although I'm embarrassed to say that I didn't spend one minute designing or programming any robots. I've added a couple of new articles this month and will go back to adding at least one new one per week. We hit nearly 100 degrees this month and it is currently in the 90s. I got into a traffic accident(the Robovan is busted!
And then, on the 11th of October is our own Riverside Robot Expo where I will be exhibiting more than 20 robots! This year we will be hosting a FIRST event and "to the death" robot battles! The first article is on a local hospital's use of the da Vinci robotic-assisted surgery system. ____________________________________________________JUNE and here in S. ), taught people how to build a line following robot, gave a lecture on robotics to my daughter's grade-school class (with help from club friends Kim and Sue-THANKS!
)To go a bit off-topic, did you happen to see the newest "Dragon 2" space capsule? They just sit in my garage for a year, get dusted off and put on display for a day. (Yeah, another one.) I'm thinking about how cool it would be to reenact Star Wars battles in ACTUAL OUTER SPACE.
It was displayed, for the first time a few days back. Perhaps after I retire I can start a travelling robot circus. ---I attended the FRC competition in Perris High School. Now, placing a real X-Wing into orbit might cost a lot more than I can afford, but how about a 1/10 scale R/C "robot" with a first person POV camera that could be controlled from Earth? I read that it costs 10 thousand dollars to put a kg into low earth orbit. --Thomas This is the January issue of Robots and Androids!
A new engineering college, called the California Institute of Robotics will be opening soon! This college sounds like it is a college that WE WOULD WANT TO ATTEND.