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The Robo-Spot

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Have you ever stopped to imagine what life will be like in the future— say, in the year 2199? Some people may picture a world full of machines that will do such things as plan and prepare everyday meals for you, or personal robots that can be programmed to make your bed and tidy your room. You may wish you had those luxuries now, but the reality of them requires knowledge and understanding of robotics.

Robotics is a hot topic these days. It may seem like a complicated subject matter, but the information from the sites below will help explain things you never imagined you could understand. It may even help clarify issues and ideas that you do know something about. There is much to be learned about a variety of robotics topics, projects, ideas, and research. Open the door to the world of robotics with a simple click of your finger!

NASA's Robotics Curriculum Clearinghouse maintains a database of links to robotics lesson plans.

Robotics Online is presented by the Robotic Industries Association (RIA).

Android world highlights the world's greatest android projects.

Cool Robot of the Week is a feature of the NASA Space Telerobotics Program.

The Robotics Institute is located at Carnegie Mellon University.

The Laboratory for Intelligent Mechanical Systems conducts groundbreaking research in the fields of robotics and controls.

BEAM-Robotics-Tek will explain the field of BEAM robotics.

Robotics FAQ Table of Contents provides answers to many robotics questions.


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