“The Analytical Engine
Has No Pretentions
Whatever To Originate
Anything It Can Do
Whatever We Know How
To Order It To Per...
INTRODUCTION
What is the first thing
that comes to mind
when you think of a robot?
what exactly is a robot?
“A re-programmable, multifunctional
manipulator designed to move
material, parts, tools, or speci...
Essential Characteristics:
• Sensing
• Movement
• Energy
• Intelligence
Types Of Robots
•Humanoid robot
•Analog robots
•Arthropod robots
•Autonomous Robots
•Hyper redundant robots
•Nano robots
•...
Humanoid
•Refers to any being whose
body structure resembles that
of a human
•Both in appearance and
behavior.
•The differ...
Why Develop Humanoids
•Adoptability
•Easy Communication
•Easy Operability
Why build a human-like robot
•Critical to the representations
•Natural for humans to interact with
it in a human-like way
...
capacities of a humanoid robot:
•self-maintenance
•autonomous learning
•avoiding harmful situations to
people, property, a...
Sensors
A device that measures some
attribute of the world. Being one
of the three primitives of robotics
(besides plannin...
Types Of Sensors:
•Proprioceptive Sensors
•Exteroceptive Sensors
Actuators
•Responsible for motion in
the robot.
•Use mainly rotary actuators.
•Electric, pneumatic,
hydraulic, piezoelectr...
Planning and Control
•Essential difference between
humanoids and other kinds of
robots
•Minimum energy consumption
•Studie...
CONCLUSION
“Technology Should be Used
and Implemented For
Construction But Not For
Destruction”
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The field of humanoids robotics is widely recognized as the current challenge for robotics research .The humanoid research is an approach to understand and realize the complex real world interactions between a robot, an environment, and a human. The humanoid robotics motivates social interactions such as gesture communication or co-operative tasks in the same context as the physical dynamics. This is essential for three-term interaction, which aims at fusing physical and social interaction at fundamental levels.

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  1. 1. “The Analytical Engine Has No Pretentions Whatever To Originate Anything It Can Do Whatever We Know How To Order It To Perform “
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a robot?
  3. 3. what exactly is a robot? “A re-programmable, multifunctional manipulator designed to move material, parts, tools, or specialized devices through various programmed motions for the performance of a variety of tasks.”
  4. 4. Essential Characteristics: • Sensing • Movement • Energy • Intelligence
  5. 5. Types Of Robots •Humanoid robot •Analog robots •Arthropod robots •Autonomous Robots •Hyper redundant robots •Nano robots •Service robots •Social robots
  6. 6. Humanoid •Refers to any being whose body structure resembles that of a human •Both in appearance and behavior. •The difference between a robot and android
  7. 7. Why Develop Humanoids •Adoptability •Easy Communication •Easy Operability
  8. 8. Why build a human-like robot •Critical to the representations •Natural for humans to interact with it in a human-like way •To develop similar task constraints
  9. 9. capacities of a humanoid robot: •self-maintenance •autonomous learning •avoiding harmful situations to people, property, and itself •safe interacting with human beings and the environment .
  10. 10. Sensors A device that measures some attribute of the world. Being one of the three primitives of robotics (besides planning and control)
  11. 11. Types Of Sensors: •Proprioceptive Sensors •Exteroceptive Sensors
  12. 12. Actuators •Responsible for motion in the robot. •Use mainly rotary actuators. •Electric, pneumatic, hydraulic, piezoelectric or ultrasonic.
  13. 13. Planning and Control •Essential difference between humanoids and other kinds of robots •Minimum energy consumption •Studies on dynamics
  14. 14. CONCLUSION “Technology Should be Used and Implemented For Construction But Not For Destruction”
  15. 15. Presented By

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