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J-D is an electronics hobbyist, builder, and relentlesstinkerer. As a child, he took apart everything he owned to figure out how itworked. Since then he has built many different projects ranging from anelectric fishing pole to a remote-controlled lawn mower, which was featured onthe cover of MAKE magazine in April 2010. Having worked as a builder doingcarpentry, plumbing, and electrical work for 8 years, his knowledge is founded in real world experience rather thantext-book recitation. In addition to building robots and remote controlled toys, he enjoys automating everyday tasks, blinking LEDs, designing and etching PCBs, and lots of random things in between. Much of his time has been spentresearching, building, and testing various motor-controllers to make his botsmove. As a self-proclaimed -poor man's roboticist, he will always try to findthe cheapest way to do something - usually by building it himself. J-D graduated from the University of Alabama in Birminghamwith a degree in Business Management. He currently lives in Birmingham, Alabamawith his beautiful wife Melissa and their growing flock of animals.


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  • Broché: 628 pages
  • Editeur : APress (25 juillet 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1430231831
  • ISBN-13: 978-1430231837
  • Dimensions du produit: 19 x 3,6 x 23,5 cm
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par philippe sur 22 janvier 2013
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Ce pavé de pages m'a étonné dès les premieres pages : ce livre commence par la définition des tensions et courants, les explications des différents composants necessaire pour la propulsion et les capteurs, la fabrication d'un chassis, d'un circuit imprimé. Vers la fin, on réalise carément un segway !! et on controle des moteurs de 250W.

!je ne regrette pas du tout mon achat, et son prix élevé ne l'ai pas finalement au regard du nombre de pages et de la qualité du contenu
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Interesting read 23 septembre 2011
Par E. Berta - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It was an interesting read. The three hobbyists go through the robotic designs that they made on the cheap using old scavenged parts. They did an amazing job simplifying concepts to the point anybody with a high school education can understand them. Most of the book is devoted not to the Arduino but to the mechanical engineering parts of making a robot on the cheap. Diverse topics like cutting polystyrene and making homemade PCB's take up most of the book with the Arduino part mostly being a brief description of what the code does. I would recommend the book, but there are things that might annoy some people. It doesn't have much of an in-depth look at the Arudino itself. For their more complicated robots where non-library custom code is needed you will see comments like "If you want to understand this, you must read the Data Sheet of atmega168." These guys seem to own a hardware store of tools and have a warehouse of parts lying around. The use of old scavenged parts is cool, but it does mean you shouldn't expect to be able to reproduce anything exactly like these guys did and expect acquiring parts/tools to be a challenge in and of itself. Also keep in mind that this is a hobbyist book and many of the techniques discussed would fail most design for manufacturability and reliability criterion. It will give you ideas on going about making your own hobby robots on the cheap but don't expect your pooling solder connections to withstand the test of time or be easy to debug when things don't work the first time.
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Arduino Robotics 18 août 2011
Par Chas Venter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a cracker of a book and an essential cornerstone for anyone who has recently started tinkering with robotics, or is thinking of doing so. It goes way beyond the title to cover a multitude of disciplines required to undertake and complete the projects in the book, and in the process imparts valuable knowledge to the reader.

The authors have used a solid foundation to describe the basic electric and electronic theory in a simple and straight forward way, making the book both easy to read and understand. The electronics world has many pitfalls where duplicate terminology abounds and the authors have clearly described these situations which certainly would help a novice understand the ambiguity created when terms like negative, ground, sink, VSS and cathode all refer to the same thing. The visual depiction of both electronic component symbols and actual components makes this book an invaluable reference.

The versatility of the Arduino becomes evident when the reader sees how easily the Arduino interfaces with each of the projects. The Arduino is programmed via an Integrated Development Environment using code sketches which describe the operational steps the Arduino will execute at the robotic level. The basic variables, functions and procedures of the coding language are described along with sketch examples.

A refreshing aspect to this book is how the authors have used parts from obsolete or broken equipment for the robotic sensors and drive mechanisms as opposed to sourcing expensive, new parts and components for the construction of the projects.

The hands-on nature of the bot projects show numerous photographs of the bots during their construction, providing the reader with a lot more than just a plain old diagram or blueprint.

A worthy book.
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Excellently Teaches Arduino, Robotics & Many Hacker Skills 28 juillet 2011
Par Ira Laefsky - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If all this excellent book did was to provide careful, graduated instruction in robotics and the necessary Arduino skills to complete the
transition from a line-following or wall hugging robot to advanced projects like a workhorse lawnbot and a do-it yourself Segway-clone it would be worth many times the cover price. But, with practical well-illustrated instruction it also provides the physical computing enthusiast with the background they need in sensors and actuators (like accelerometers, H-Bridge Motor Controllers and Arduino Interfacing of DC Servo and Stepper Motors) to complete many advanced projects of all kinds with the Arduino and a variety of embedded processors. Addtional Hackerspace skills such as use of a Dremel Tool, PCB layout with Eagle Cad and homebrew PCB construction round out the skills to complete a wide variety of Electronic and Mechatronic projects.

So, whether your aim is to build personal robotic projects in the Hackerspace, or in K-12 STEM Education and you wish to use the Open Source
easy to implement Arduino Platform, or you need a range of hardware, software and workshop skills to complete your own dream project this book is an excellent and necessary part of your library.

--Ira Laefsky, MSE/MBA
Technology Researcher, Consultant & Hackerspace Participant at Philly's Hive 76
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broad, not deep and flawed 12 janvier 2012
Par Clinton Keith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book covers a broad range of topics and dives deep in some odd specific areas. It provides a good background in general areas and then focused on some very specific robotic projects. It's very light on Arduino detail and heavy on fabrication (mechanical and electrical).

Editing seems sloppy. I was unimpressed with the organization of the book and the table of contents are incorrectly aligned with the text.
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Excellent coverage of basic robotics & electronics 25 avril 2012
Par C. Krause - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Although I'm a seasoned electronics hobbyist, it was quite helpful to go over basic electronic principles. Chapter 6, making your own PC boards is worth the price of the book alone. After nearly 30 years of trying different DIY techniques, it inspire me to try once again, and this time, Success!! (If your serious about DIY PC boards, go to [...] (outside link) for supplies and additional info). The bulk of the book takes you from simple motor control through video, remote control, and complex sensor feedback. If you want to get started in robotics, get this book and an Arduino UNO board. That supplier shipped the board like in 2 days.
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