Make: Paper Inventions: Machines that Move, Drawings that Light Up, and Wearables and Structures You Can Cut, Fold, and Roll
Paper is amazing stuff. It's cheap, easy to use, and easy to recycle. It's lightweight and easy to cut or tear--but incredibly strong when folded, layered, or rolled. It can stand stiff as a board, pop up like a spring, or hang softly like a silk scarf. It's disposable, but it can last for centuries. Its surface can be...
Learning ROS for Robotics Programming - Second Edition
Your one-stop guide to the Robot Operating System
About This Book
Model your robot on a virtual world and learn how to simulate it
Create, visualize, and process Point Cloud information
Easy-to-follow, practical tutorials to program your own robots
Carbon Allotropes: Metal-Complex Chemistry, Properties and Applications
This book provides a detailed description of metal-complex functionalized carbon allotrope forms, including classic (such as graphite), rare (such as M- or T-carbon), and nanoforms (such as carbon nanotubes, nanodiamonds, etc.). Filling a void in the nanotechnology literature, the book presents chapters generalizing the synthesis,...
Learning Robotics using Python: Design, simulate, program, and prototype an autonomous mobile robot using ROS, OpenCV, PCL, and Python, 2nd Edition
Design, simulate, and program interactive robots
Design, simulate, build, and program an interactive autonomous mobile robot
Leverage the power of ROS, Gazebo, and Python to enhance your robotic skills
A hands-on guide to creating an...
How to Make a Robot
Learn the basics of modern robotics while building your own intelligent robot from scratch! You'll use inexpensive household materials to make the base for your robot, then add motors, power, wheels, and electronics.
But wait, it gets better: your creation is actually five robots in one! -- build...
Robot Vision: Strategies, Algorithms and Motion Planning
The field of robot vision guidance is developing rapidly. The benefits of sophisticated vision technology include savings, improved quality, reliability, safety and productivity. Robot vision is used for part identification and navigation. Vision applications generally deal with finding a part and orienting it for robotic handling or...
Computer Vision Beyond the Visible Spectrum (Advances in Pattern Recognition) Recently, there has been a dramatic increase in the use of sensors in the non-visible bands. As a result, there is a need for existing computer vision methods and algorithms to be adapted for use with non-visible sensors, or for the development of completely new methods and systems. Computer Vision Beyond the Visible Spectrum is...
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