|Intelligent Systems And Their Societies||Walter Fritz|
|Expected cost:||about 9000 dollars (see prototype costs)|
|Height:||130 cm = 51 inches = 4 1/4 ft.|
|Weight:||30 Kg ( 66 lbs).|
|Force:||That normal for a 130 cm high person.|
|Power:||Total 220 watts. |
Plug in cord, (the robot has two plug in cords, it moves to a new room, plugs itself in and then goes back and unplugs itself) plus NiCad batteries, plus 220/120 V, 80 psi electric air compressor.
|Movement:||All movement by pneumatic cylinders. |
SILENT, oiled air in a closed cycle.
Compressed air reserve (high and low pressure) in chest.
|Senses: ||Eyes & Ears: 2 CCD cameras (Connectix "Quick Cam") |
Touch: about 25 sensors:
Balance: two verticality sensors in body (front to back, right to left).
Limb location: encoders at all axes.
|Brain:||Possibly three motherboards of quadra 605, one for sound input, one for vision input and one for the General Learner (or General Learner 3) Program (For continuous reading, like a book - do not enter these now)., or one iMac or similar (with external unplugable diskette, no hard disk). In and output by RS 232 serial cable.|
|Interfaces:||Twenty times a second all inputs are sent from the senses to the RS-232 port, and also all outputs are sent from the RS-232 port to the valves.|
|Mind:||General Learner computer program (or General Learner 3) Program (For continuous reading, like a book - do not enter these now).. (100K bytes program + 1.5 Mb Ram memory)|
|Mobility:||24 axes, for head, arms, legs.|
|Voice:||Loudspeaker in mouth location.|
|Suggested Applications:||In general: light household work or light assembly work |
Push light button, move light switch
For the Robby see also:
Main Dimensions of Robby (Enter for continuous reading, like a book).
Location of Axes (Enter for continuous reading, like a book).
Movement Angles (Enter for continuous reading, like a book).
Forces (Enter for continuous reading, like a book).
For continuous reading, like a book - continuehere.
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