Reader Reviews

Robots

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Robotworld

April 26, 2008 -- From Anthony, a teacher, from Malta, who is affiliated with the site.

iBot2000 is about the fascinating world of Robotics of the Past, Present and Future, including the latest discoveries in technology, which will allow parents an insight into the revolutionary new world their children will be exposed to in the very near future. Created byTony Dyson, the man who built R2-D2.

The idea is built around a free publication which we call a Botcard, a clever piece of software which the student can edited easily by adding a picture and text about any specific robot, this is the first phase which encourages the student to search the Internet for the latest robots to create a simple record utilizing the botcard. Other features include, a built in e-mailer for sharing your collection with friends, just like collecting base ball cards.


Industrial Robot Videos

March 13, 2008 -- From RobotWorx, a reader, from Marion, OH USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Get a chance to step behind the curtains and watch how industrial robots perform tasks that help make products we use every day. Robots can weld, paint, move parts, and more! They are used in many manufacturing facilities and often help make products such as cars.

FIRST Objective

October 6, 2007 -- From Roger, a parent, from Michigan, USA, who is affiliated with the site.

FIRST Objective is an introduction to FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). We are also an online community for students, teachers, mentors and parents who are already involved with FIRST or wish to become involved. Briefly, FIRST encourages students to design and build competitive robots along with professional mentors from your community. There are FIRST levels for all school age students.

Riding with Robots on the High Frontier

June 28, 2006 -- From Bill, a parent, from Springville, UT, who is affiliated with the site.

Ride along with the armada of robotic space probes now exploring the Solar System.

GoRobotics.net

January 18, 2001 -- From William Cox, 17 years old from USA who is affiliated with the site

Well, I created it! I designed the site to get the beginner into robotics. We have books, projects, links, resources, tutorials, news, and more!