Tag Archives: robotics
The Unofficial LEGO Mindstorms NXT 2.0 Inventor’s Guide By Perdue, David J. 2011. A large format step by step guide to building Lego robots.
Build Your Own Teams of Robots With Lego Mindstorms Nxt and Bluetooth Build Your Own Networked Robots, Cameron Hughes, – 2013 Programmers will like this book, which shows how to use Java libraries in place of the standard NXT toolset, … Continue reading
Mobile Robots – Navigation, Control and Remote Sensing, Gerald Cook, Wiley, 2011 Robot system designers will want to read this. It is a textbook for an engineering grad level course. Hardcover, 300 pages.
The LEGO Mindstorms NXT 2.0 Discovery Book A Beginner’s Guide to Building and Programming Robots, Laurens Valk, (- 2010) If you have a NXT robotics kit, you will want to read this book. It is a guide to building some … Continue reading
Science Fair Season – Twelve Kids, A Robot Named Scorch– and What It Takes to Win, Judy Dutton, 2011 Parents of science minded kids and teachers will want to read this account of robot making for science fairs. Hardcover, 250 … Continue reading
The New Cool – A Visionary Teacher, His FIRST Robotics Team, and the Ultimate Battle of Smarts, Neal Bascomb, 2011 This book about the FIRST robotics competitions for students (the brainchild of Dean Kamen, the inventor of the Segway), gets … Continue reading
Making Things Move – DIY Mechanisms for Inventors, Hobbyists, and Artists, Dustyn Roberts, McGraw-Hill, 2011 This is a good introduction to building a hobby project such as a lazy susan that moves when you wave your hand. It shows how … Continue reading
The Nexi Robot, Toney Allman, Norwood House, 2010 Nexi is a ‘social’ robot in the MIT Lab. This slim book is written for a 10 year old, and is a good introduction to robots. 40 pages, hardcover.
Running Small Motors with PIC Microcontrollers / Harprit Singh Sandhu, McGraw-Hill, 2009. Here is a practical and readable book on controlling electric motors. Includes schematic diagrams and example Basic source code. 300 pages.