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Build your own teams of robots with Lego Mindstorms NXT and Bluetooth book Build your own teams of robots with Lego Mindstorms NXT and Bluetooth
Construct a team capability matrix (TCM) and use the Bluetooth Robotic-Oriented Network (BRON) so your robot teams can share sensors, actuators, end effectors, motor power, and programs.

629.892 BUILD Y
Make an Arduino-controlled robot book Make an Arduino-controlled robot
Building robots that sense and interact with their environment used to be tricky. Now, Arduino makes it easy. With this book and an Arduino microcontroller and software creation environment, you'll learn how to build and program a robot that can roam around, sense its environment, and perform a wide variety of tasks. All you to get started with the fun projects is a little programming experience and a keen interest in electronics.

Margolis, Michael, computer scientist.
629.895 MARGOLI
Boilerplate : history's mechanical marvel book Boilerplate : history's mechanical marvel
Meet Boilerplate, the world's first robot soldier--not in a present-day military lab or a science fiction movie, but in the past, during one of the most fascinating periods of U.S. history.

Guinan, Paul.
741.5973 GUINAN
Crobots book Crobots
20 amigurumi robots to make.

Pailloux, Nelly.
746.434 PAILLOU
We, Robot book We, Robot
Skywalker's hand, blade runners, Iron Man, slutbots, and how fiction became fact.

Meadows, Mark Stephen.
791.4365 MEADOWS
Make-- LEGO and Arduino projects projects for extending mindstorms NXT with open-source electronics book Make-- LEGO and Arduino projects projects for extending mindstorms NXT with open-source electronics
Make amazing robots and gadgets with two of today's hottest DIY technologies. With this easy-to-follow guide, you'll learn how to build devices with Lego Mindstorms NXT 2.0, the Arduino prototyping platform, and some add-on components to bridge the two.

Baichtal, John.
I, robot book I, robot
The three laws of Robotics: 1) A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm 2) A robot must obey orders given to it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law. 3) A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.

Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992.
Incredible change-bots : more than just machines book Incredible change-bots : more than just machines
Far away in space, there is a planet populated by machines able to change from robot form to vehicle form --- the Incredible Change-Bots! Leaving their war-torn planet, the Change-Bots arrive on Earth, where their battle continues -- BUT AT WHAT COST?! Part parody, part nostalgic tribute, part moral fable, with Incredible Change-Bots Jeffrey Brown re-invents the shape-changing robot genre into a goofy action comedy that's full of romance, melodrama, and epic battles!

Brown, Jeffrey, 1975-
Robopocalypse : a novel book Robopocalypse : a novel
Two decades into the future humans are battling for their very survival when a powerful AI computer goes rogue, and all the machines on earth rebel against their human controllers.

Wilson, Daniel H. (Daniel Howard), 1978-
How to build a prize-winning robot Juvenile Book How to build a prize-winning robot
This book introduces robotics competitions that involve robots competing against one another, performing designated tasks to win a prize and explains that competitions are won by simple ideas that work and by skills that go beyond engineering and science such as teamwork and ability for testing.

Chaffee, Joel.
J 629.892 CHAFFEE
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