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spacer I've been interested in computer controlled mobile platforms (I didn't say robot, ok?) since about 1979 or so. I went to the International Science and Engineering Fair in both 1981 and 1982 with a robot based on a KIM-1 computer. Ok, it wasn't too great, but given I was running in less than 1K of code, it was pretty cute.

While I was in college, my interest level in robotics resurfaced, and I rebuilt my ISEF robot around a Hitachi 64180 8-bit uP. The current robot is housed in a upturned laundry basket.

In any case, here are some of the WWW robotics resources that I've found interesting.

  • Douglas W. Jones has a page on stepping motors that is quite complete.
  • MondoTronics has just come online with a WWW page that specilizes on current books in the hobby robotics fields, their line of shape memory alloy products, and links to robotic competitions world wide.
  • JPL Telerobotics
  • You may have been there before, but check out some of the latest robots from builders around the world at Arrick Robotics
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