Robotics

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What are Robots?
For many people it is a machine that imitates a human-like the androids in Star Wars, Terminator and Star Trek: The Next Generation. However much these robots capture our imagination, such robots still only inhabit Science Fiction. Essentially, robots are man-made versions of animal life - they are machines that replicate human and animal behavior. They are a system that contains sensors, control systems, manipulators, power supplies and software all working together to perform a task.

The type of robots that you will encounter most frequently are robots that do work that is too dangerous, boring, onerous, or just plain nasty. Most of the robots in the world are of this type. They can be found in auto, medical, manufacturing and space industries. In fact, there are over a million of these types of robots working for us today.

What are Robots used for?
Robots are being used today in medicine. A robot can be so precise that it would be a great tool for performing surgery with. Robots can do incisions that are so clean that a person would not be able to see the cut from a distance after it healed. Doctors wouldn't have to fear of making the wrong incisions or cutting too far. A robot would be programmed to cut a certain depth and place. Robots have been real helpful in researching. They have helped doctors excel in new discoveries and information. Robots are used in industrial factories. They help weld cars and parts together. The nice thing is that robots aren't bothered by the bright light or heat. So these machines can do more work than humans can. The only thing required is the software.

Robots are used for home entertainment and leisure. There are several home robot kits that people buy. Some kits make the robot follow a line or trace a line. Other robot kits are made so the robot can determine if it is on the table or on the floor and how far to go before it runs into the wall...
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