nano5

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Published on January 2, 2008

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Micro Robotics:  Micro Robotics Dr. Heidi Fearn CLE Lecture 5 April 11th Spring 2005 0 We already Know about Drexler’s dream of diamond based nanomachines- http://science.howstuffworks.com/nanotechnology.htm/printable:  We already Know about Drexler’s dream of diamond based nanomachines- http://science.howstuffworks.com/nanotechnology.htm/printable 0 Here are some animations of the Drexler’s gears might work- computer animated. http://science.howstuffworks.com/nanotechnology.htm/printable:  Here are some animations of the Drexler’s gears might work- computer animated. http://science.howstuffworks.com/nanotechnology.htm/printable Humans still have a lot to learn about the idea of constructing materials on such a small scale. Consumer goods that we buy are made by pushing piles of atoms together in a bulky, imprecise manner. Imagine if we could manipulate each individual atom of an object. That's the basic idea of nanotechnology, and many scientists believe that we are only a few decades away from achieving it. 0 What am I going to talk about today?:  What am I going to talk about today? Micro robots for use in nuclear plants- crawl into small spaces that are otherwise inaccessible. Flying robots for use in surveillance and planetary exploration (Mars- NASA). Swimming robots- small enough to enter the body for highly localized drug delivery and screening for diseases Self reconfigurable robot- atomic unit modular. Control of a micro organism as a prototype micro-robot. 0 So What Robots can we make now? And how big are they??:  So What Robots can we make now? And how big are they?? MIT has a very active AI (artificial intelligence group) see links below http://www.csail.mit.edu/index.php http://www.ai.mit.edu/projects/livingmachines/overview/overview.shtml There are many Universities and government agencies interested in tiny robots, eg. NASA, DARPA and the DOD. Let’s start with the bigger robots and work our way down in scale. MIT groups Including Crystalline atomic unit modular self-reconfigurable robots. Case Western University group KTH Microsystems technology group Sandia Laboratory Nanorobotics Lab @ Carnegie Mellon University DARPA Microbot Homepage and NASA Berkeley for true micro robotics. 0 Robots that fly, walk and hop.:  Robots that fly, walk and hop. 0 MIT group on AI and Robotics http://www.ai.mit.edu/projects/living-machines/overview/overview.shtml:  MIT group on AI and Robotics http://www.ai.mit.edu/projects/living-machines/overview/overview.shtml OLD lab emblem 0 MIT group: http://www.csail.mit.edu/research/activities/activities.html http://www.ai.mit.edu/projects/humanoid-robotics-group/:  MIT group: http://www.csail.mit.edu/research/activities/activities.html http://www.ai.mit.edu/projects/humanoid-robotics-group/ Coco Macaco Cog Kismet 0 MIT group continued- LEGS program. http://www.ai.mit.edu/projects/leglab/navigation.html:  MIT group continued- LEGS program. http://www.ai.mit.edu/projects/leglab/navigation.html 3D hopper, actively Balanced dynamic locomotion Geekbot Study transfer Weight on feet 3D biped, Hops, runs, Somersaults Crab Flamingo; uses feet and ankles Turkey Uniroo 0 Bug robotics Case Western Reserve Univ.:  Bug robotics Case Western Reserve Univ. 0 Cricket movie 5 Cricket movie 7 Biologically Inspired Robotics Lab. Micro-Cricket Series of Robots http://biorobots.cwru.edu/projects/c_mrobot/c_mrobot.htm Slide11:  0 Plenty more BUGS for you!!:  Plenty more BUGS for you!! 0 Slide13:  Robot II Uses bug instincts Slat; robot II walking over slats Robot III Robot IV Robot I 0 MINI-WHEGS Robots:  MINI-WHEGS Robots Jumping mini-Whegs movie Wings and legs = Whegs. 0 Camera on the mini-robot Mini robots: KTH Microsystems Technology Group:  Mini robots: KTH Microsystems Technology Group 0 Walking micro robot Speed test micro robot So now lets walk up walls and walk on Mars and fly too!! http://www.erg.msu.edu/microrobot/fr_main.html:  So now lets walk up walls and walk on Mars and fly too!! http://www.erg.msu.edu/microrobot/fr_main.html Flipper; is able to flip Over and the suction cups allow it to literally walk up Walls. 0 Walk and fly over Mars http://robotics.jpl.nasa.gov/tasks/nrover/nrt_main.html http://avdil.gtri.gatech.edu/RCM/RCM/Entomopter/EntomopterProject.html:  Walk and fly over Mars http://robotics.jpl.nasa.gov/tasks/nrover/nrt_main.html http://avdil.gtri.gatech.edu/RCM/RCM/Entomopter/EntomopterProject.html Nanorover Technology JPL: Miniature Rover For small body and planetary surface exploration. Entomopter movie Flying over Mars Biomimetrics 0 More flying machines worlds smallest flying beastie::  More flying machines worlds smallest flying beastie: http://www.epson.co.jp/e/newsroom/news_2003_11_18_2.htm 0 Slide19:  0 Really tiny robots:  Really tiny robots 0 Japanese Robot 1999 measure 1cm long. US gov engineers are also working on Robots that can hover around a room. NASA Wants a “spacecraft on a chip”. http://www.cnn.com/TECH/ptech/9907/13/japan.microrobot/ Slide21:  Movie of the microbot In motion. 0 Swimming robotics bugs http://www.me.cmu.edu/faculty1/sitti/nano/projects/swimming/ :  Swimming robotics bugs http://www.me.cmu.edu/faculty1/sitti/nano/projects/swimming/ 0 Remember high viscosity at Small scales makes a corkscrew Motion of propulsion far more Effective. and bugs that walk on water!!:  and bugs that walk on water!! 0 Little mini robots that change shape. http://www.mit.edu/~vona/xtal/xtal.html:  Little mini robots that change shape. http://www.mit.edu/~vona/xtal/xtal.html 0 Dog changes into a couch! Control of microorganism as a prototype micro-robot. http://robotics.eecs.berkeley.edu/~ronf/UCYBORG/index.html:  Control of microorganism as a prototype micro-robot. http://robotics.eecs.berkeley.edu/~ronf/UCYBORG/index.html For more links see: Nanorobotics Lab site at Carnegie Mellon Univ. http://www.me.cmu.edu/faculty1/sitti/nano/links/robotics.html 0 Mobile devices built on the sub-millimeter scale working in fluid Could be useful for manipulation and testing of small biological Components. Complete self-powered mobile systems exist in the Form of simple single celled organisms. Protozooans such as Paramecium provide a good example- path planning using electric Potential has been used to allow these creatures to solve a simple Maze. THE END:  THE END DVD’s to come later: Nat. Geographic, “The incredible human body” Nova, “Cracking the code of life”. 0

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