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Bagpipe’s evolution

Hello, our project is progessing slowly but it's progressing. We have a final picture of the robot ( drawn by a Beaux Arts's student) ; we want it to look like an elephant. We have made the legs, the pipe, the pump and the valve. We will make the structure and a new bag (airbag) after the holidays. We want to use aluminium for the structure, copper for the ribs and the tusks.

Good bye.♥☻☺

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Snoopito : the piano robot

Hello cheeky  !!

Before the holidays : we built the legs and the keys of the piano ; to finish we have built a prototype to test the programming and to test if the system of the keys works or not .

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After the holidays : we will finish the legs and build other parts containing the keys.

Amandine ; Margaux ; Elise ; Maël

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evolution of the dug

On your robot we created: the body of the robot, the legs of the robot, the feet, we put twelve motors. We have to assemble the parts of each parts. the feet are made of wood , and the legs with the 3d printer and aluminum.

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The evolution of the robot Tutue

20180213_164141TUTUE, JUST AFTER THE HOLIDAYS

Over the weeks, Tutue has advanced a lot ! We have finished the assembly and fixed the electronic cards. Thanks to the student from the School of the Beaux Arts for his help. Elias and Anna have fixed the motors on the robots, Théo has created the virtual model on Solidworks.

 


TUTUE


The electronic card is finished. And we have thought about the shell, the tail and the head.

With the Beaux Arts, we have thought about the expression of Tutue's head.


The plexigass is omnipresent on Tutue. Normally, Tutue will be blue, red, orange and white. But it's not sure.

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La Mission pour la Science et la Technologie de l’Ambassade de France aux États-Unis nous soutient !

La Mission pour la Science et la Technologie de l’Ambassade de France aux États-Unis a notamment pour objectif de promouvoir l’excellence de l’enseignement supérieur, de la recherche et de l’innovation en France, de favoriser l’attractivité de nos universités et de nos laboratoires et d’améliorer le regard de nos partenaires américains sur le dynamisme du tissu éducatif, scientifique et économique français.

Nous sommes très heureux, mais aussi très fiers, de vous annoncer qu'elle a décidé de soutenir notre projet de faire découvrir, en anglais, à des lycéens et des lycéennes, l'électronique, la mécanique et l'informatique à travers la réalisation de robots. Grâce à eux, et peut-être bientôt grâce à vous, nous espérons bien permettre à nos élèves de présenter leurs robots à RoboArts à Southfield près de Détroit en mai prochain. Vous trouverez plus d'informations sur le projet ici.

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La Mission pour la Science et la Technologie de l’Ambassade de France aux États-Unis a également pour rôle d’effectuer une veille scientifique et technologique des avancées des laboratoires et instituts de recherche américains, et de servir d’observateur de la stratégie américaine dans certains domaines-clés, notamment en matière d’innovation et d’investissement en recherche et développement, et de diffuser en France ces informations au moyen de différentes publications : bulletin électronique hebdomadaire, rapports, télégrammes diplomatiques.

Par ses différentes implantations géographiques (Washington, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles et San Francisco), le large spectre des thématiques abordés, et les différents programmes qu’elle met en oeuvre, cette équipe est au service des acteurs français de la science et la technologie : organismes de recherche, universités et grandes écoles, centres de transfert de technologie, entreprises, communauté scientifique expatriée…

Encore merci à elle !!!

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Piano Robot

Piano We will create a robot piano with colours of the french flag : blue, white and red. The piano is supposed to be in his chest. His head is blue, his chest could be white and finally his legs are red. We think we want to put leds in his eyes to change colors. We hope to win with that idea !!!

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Double Bass

Double bass

We will build a double bass robot with : a bass string, a sound box, a stick and for the moment we need just two motors to stretch the bass string. Next time, we will build two legs, but for the moment, we are working on the first objective which is to produce a sound similar to a double bass.

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SpelBot

679256133001_1217039149001_vs-1217028231001SpelBot is a robot created in Altanta in Spelman College. The robot looks like a dog, he can play soccer with his team against other teams. He has a color camera and an infrared sensor to be able to move. The robot is controled by a memory stick. SpelBot was created to take part in a national soccer robot competition.

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Paro Robot

Paro-2 His name is PARO! The paro robot was developped in 2000 or 17 years ago by Takanori Shobato. He is 57 cm tall and he weighs 7 kilos. He moves like a real seal and his shape also looks like a real seal. He was created for patients affected by the disease of McKenzie. The robot speaks and moves like a real pet. Paro can learn the movement of the patient to interact.

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Smart bird a robot flying like a seagull

festo-smartbird-1In 2011 Markus Fisher and his friends from Festo designed smartbird. Its purpose is to fly by flapping wings. It looks like a seagull and must be aerodynamics, ultralight and powerful. It contains 135 micro motors and 1 big motor. It weighs 0.450 kilogramsand it's made only of carbon. The wingspan is 2 meters long and the torso length is 1.07 meter.

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Pepper the robot

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "pepper robot" Hello, today we're going to present you Pepper the robot. Pepper is a humanoïd robot, he was created in june 2014 by Alderaban Robotics and Softbank. His height is 1,20 m and his weight is 28 kg. He has 3 wheels, 3 cameras with one in 3D and 2 in HD. He has 14 sensors ( 5 tactile sensors, 2 sonars, 6 lasers and 1 gyroscopic sensor) and 4 microphones. He can be programmed to do whatever you want. He was created to be a human companion and interact with humans. He can talk with others, play with kids…

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the description of a bear robot

teddy_bears This robot was created by Fujitsu Laboratories. This robot looks like a teddy bear. He was created to entertain the children or help old people who have Alzheimer disease, he can entertain all the house. When you move he imitates your movements with his cameras. When you are sad for exemple he detects this and he reacts to change your emotion. When you touch him he detects your hand with sensors and he is happy and he laughs with his microphone and when you touch his feet he laughs again. If you don't use him for a long time he falls asleep. He can move his legs, his arms. his hand and his head from the right to the left.  

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Flying robot

6339-smartbird-1532x900pxHis name is Flyingrobot. He looks like a seagull. His wingspan is two meters. It weighs 450g. It has a gear activated by just one motor, which transfers the circulation in a carbon fibre structure in the wings. He has three sensors to detect obstacles and to enable him to fly on his own. In total there are 135 motors to move the head. It was developed by Markus Fischer.

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Simon : the humanoïd

simon_robot_smSimon was designed by the Interactive Computing Georgia Institute Of Technology in 2007. He looks like human : he has two arms and two hands, he has a face with eyes, eyelids and nose. His arms and his hands are as tall as human limbs. Simon can put objects in colored bins, he can see and recognize objets and humans and he can talk with them. He has cameras and motors. Everybody can use it, everybody can have it in their house.

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