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Revision as of 14:07, 15 April 2008

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


Contents

Overview

Project Summary

I. Vision

II. The Challenge Domain: Snake-Inspired Robotic Systems

III. CI-Team Objective: A Multi-Disciplinary Engineering Model


Classes

Bio-Inspired Robot Design (Fall 2006)
Independent Study for Biobots, A Continuation
Artificial Intelligence (Fall 2006)
Category:Roomba Design Lab (Winter 2007)
Robot Lab (Spring 2007)

Projects

Chris Dugan's Course Project
David Wilkie's Bio-Inspired Robot Project
Evan's Bio-Inspired Robot Design (Fall 2006) Course Project
Megan's Course Project
Mike Grauer's Robot Project
Mongan
Nikhil's Course project
Rich Primerano's Course Project
Rob Lass's Course Project
Shawn Pierce's Course Project
Tom Plick's Course Project
Vijay Balchandani's Awesome Course Project

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

Other Links

Traditional versus Bio-Inspired Robots
Robotics Videos
Useful Links for Bio-Robot Design
Roomba/Eclipse
List of Websites Related to Roomba Hacking
Robotic Snake