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Designed by Drexel Electrical Engineer for possible search and rescue operations. Consists of two sets of segments which alternate between motors and feet. First version.
 
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Revision as of 12:29, 27 June 2007

Figure 1: Motor Segment for Robotic Snake


Description:
Designed by Drexel Electrical Engineer for possible search and rescue operations. Consists of two sets of segments which alternate between motors and feet. First version.

Parts:
There are approximately 15 distinct parts which are repeated multiple times throughout the entire assembly.

Source:
http://gicl.cs.drexel.edu/wiki/Robotic_Snake


Classes

Bio-Inspired Robot Design (Fall 2006)
http://gicl.cs.drexel.edu/people/evan/classes/ai_fall06/
Category:Roomba Design Lab (Winter 2007)
Robot Lab (Spring 2007)

Projects

Category:Bio-Inspired Robot Design (Fall 2006) Projects

Other Links

Useful Links for Bio-Robot Design
Roomba/Eclipse
List of Websites Related to Roomba Hacking