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Gordon McComb has written more than 60 books and thousands of magazine articles—more than a million copies of his books are in print, in more than a dozen languages. Gordon has been called "The father of hobby robotics" by MAKE Magazine. For 13 years, he wrote a weekly syndicated newspaper column on computers, which reached several million readers worldwide. Gordon is still a regular contributor to SERVO Magazine, and most recently completed seven years as writer of their popular Robotics Resources column.


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  • Broché: 736 pages
  • Editeur : McGraw-Hill Professional; Édition : 4th Revised edition (1 juillet 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0071750363
  • ISBN-13: 978-0071750363
  • Dimensions du produit: 18,5 x 2,8 x 23,1 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Jacques Godart sur 10 novembre 2011
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"Robot Builder's Bonanza" est une source très complète d'informations pour se documenter sur la construction de robots ludiques.
Tout est décrit : de la construction mécanique, aux divers composants nécessaires à la réalisation, ainsi que les montages électroniques et la programmation de divers microcontroleurs. De nombreux exemples, ainsi qu'un site web complémentent ce livre. On trouve les robots mus par roues et par articulations. Bien que ce soit écrit en Américain, tout se comprend aisément (niveau scolaire d'anglais) avec les nombreuses illustrations et shémas. Je recommande donc ce livre qui est une véritable bible pour débuter en robotique de loisir.
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Good Read and the Instructions Work 28 juin 2011
Par onareach - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book accomplishes something rare: It's straight-forward for beginners and yet detail-rich for experts. I really liked the pace and depth.

The material is organized in a way that makes it easy to jump to a topic of interest, which makes it a useful reference book. With plenty of new information, it's worth a read from the beginning.

The thing that surprised me is that when I built one the projects (the Arduino robot), the instructions were actually complete and correct! (I didn't have to make the usual leaps or go through frustrating trials typical for most hardware/software/builder instructions.)

As a bonus, the jokes and personal asides are pretty entertaining. You can tell the author has really lived with his subject.

I highly recommend it.
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The classic text on hobby robotics 19 juillet 2011
Par Martin C. Heermance - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is considered the classic text on hobby robotics, and I bought the third edition after becoming interested in robot building five years ago. I read that version cover to cover, and occasionally flip through it as a reference today. The book contains useful reference information on machining materials (e.g. wood, metal, and plastics), basic electronics, drive train design, and sensors. There are also projects within the book which apply the reference information to build specific types of robots.

The fourth edition retains this great format with a number of improvements: There's a new companion web site which has printable templates for making servo brackets, encoder patterns, and downloadable program code. New chapters on using the Picaxe, the Arduino, and more projects using RC servos (e.g. a servo based walker and arm projects). This is great because RC servos are so easy to control with a microcontroller. There's still a chapter on using the classic Basic Stamp 2 which is quite popular due to its ease of use and great support.

The author Gordon McComb is active in online forums and if you stick with the hobby long enough, you might virtually bump into him. You'll find he's as helpful and friendly in such encounters as he comes across in this book.
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Robot Builders Bonanza 3 août 2011
Par Van Rensburg Kevin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As in the previous editions Gordon McComb does an excellent job of explaining principles of tool use, basic building mechanics and programming. The many examples and projects make this an excellent handbook for any robotics enthusiast. The 2nd edition had some good examples and projects for the Lego RCX and the 3rd edition had a nice section on the Parrelax BASIC II microcontroller. This edition covers Arduino, PICAXE, and the BASIC stamp.
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The Bible for Robot Builders 28 juin 2011
Par RoboJRR - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I remember as a child in the mid 80's continually checking out and renewing the first edition of Robot Builder's Bonanza from my local public library. I ended up using the book so much, that I had to buy it from the Library because the pages were so worn. I loved that book and still do.

I have the 2nd edition of the book which was a great update in the late 90's. This 4th edition I also own now and it is an awesome update to the series. If you have an interest in robotics, want to know how to get started building your own robot or helping your kids learn about robotics this is the book for you!

It is so hard to give wide coverage to the subject of how to build a robot, but Robot Builder's Bonanza from the 1st edition to this 4th edition has always done an outstanding job of covering the subject in way that makes it easy to learn what you need to know to start working on your own robotic ideas. The book walks you through how to use tools. How to understand electronics. How to build and prototype circuits. How to control motors and servos. How to build and interface sensors. How to use microcontrollers. How to construct robot bodys and frames. You name it and this book walks you through it in a common sense way that will make learning fun and won't leave you scratching your head wondering what the book is trying to tell you.

Robot Builder's Bonanaza has often been called "The Robot Builder's Bible" by those in the hobby of building robots and its no wonder. The book is like having a small encyclopedia of books on the subject of robotics. It is a very good investment and a wonderful book to add to your collection!
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Fantastic for noob to the intermediate/advanced in hobby robotics. 7 septembre 2011
Par Mark E. Mcnutt - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book has a little something for everyone. I had read through the 3rd edition, but what I really like is not flooding the text with information that will just be glanced over. That material is available through the online component. The interfacing with Arduino information is also a nice addition in response to the massive amount of data available on this platform. If you were just going to purchase one book for your jumpstart into hobby robotics, this would be the one. It bring you up from "this is a diode, this is a resistor"....etc... to a crash course on fundamentals of C programming to get you warmed up on programming microcontrollers.
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