Challenge the Robot II
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Directions for activity: This exhibit has an activity that involves the robot arm’s ability to do an automatic task faster and better than a human. The human user’s task is to manually control the arm through the same task hence the term “Challenge The Robot”. This exhibit also shows how the actions of the robot are governed by Boolean logic. The movement of the arm is divided up into program instruction sets based on input and output data and sequence.
Activity 1: Moving a ball to four target locations.
Activity 2: Making the robot arm move a ball to four target locations by running its program instruction sets.
This exhibit features a 35” long electromechanical robot arm mounted on a rail system that allows the arm to glide from one end of the exhibit to the other.
The exhibit activity is totally encased by clear polycarbonate that allows many people to view the exhibit while it is being operated. The electromechanical arm is designed in a totally open format, all the parts and the key components that operate it are visible for maximum educational merit. The hand opens and closes, elbow moves, as does the arm shoulder across the rail. The rail is comprised of two tubular aluminum guides and UHMW mounts. The exhibit challenges a visitor’s skill and dexterity while providing a unique format to study the engineering principles of a robot arm.
The exhibit approximate measurements are 8’ long x 72" high x 35” wide (less the control council).
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