Human robot by Mitesh kumar

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Project by- MITESH KUMAR, Rall no --: 13/EI/26 Applied electronics & instrumentation engineering HALDIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY HUMANOID ROBOT

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Humanoid Robot History Humanoid Robot Technology Types of Humanoid robot Humanoid Robot

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What is a Humanoid Robot…? It is body shape build to resemble the Human body. I n general these have a torso, two legs, two arms,head . Thus It appears And behaves like human ..

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Why Develop Humanoids...? “Because it is a dream of Generation ” They can work in human environment without a need to adapt themselves or to change the environment It is easier for a Human being to interact with a human-like being

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Robotic History First use of the word “Robotics ” Three Laws of Robotics The first Humanoid robot “ P1 ”

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First use of the word “Robotics ” The word robot was introduced to the public by Czech writer Karel Capek(1890-1938) in his play R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots), published in 1920. The play begins in a factory that makes artificial people called robots . Capek was reportedly several times a candidate for the Nobel prize For this work The word "robotics", used to describe this field of study, was coined accidentally by the Russian –born , American scientist and science fiction writer, Isaac Asimov(1920-1992) in 1940s.

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The Three laws of Robotics Asimov also proposed his three "Laws of Robotics", First Law : A Humanoid robot may not injure a human being, or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm, unless this would violate a higher order law Second Law : A Humanoid robot must obey orders given it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with a higher order law Third Law : A Humanoid robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with a higher order law .

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The First Humanoid Robot “ P1 ” In 1993 Honda developed the p1.the P1 was developed to identify the most appropriate way to ensure synchronous arm/leg movement which would be achieved with this prototype.

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HUMANOID robotics technology Sensors Effectors Controllers Arms Legs Most industrial Humanoid robots have at least the following five parts:

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Sensor Effector Controller To sensing In robotics, an end effector is the device at the end of a  Humanoid robot  arm, designed to interact with the environment Mind of the Humanoid robot

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Leg Arm To lift the object , catch the ball….. By the help of legs Humanoid Robot move forward direction

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` Types of HUMANOID Robots P1 P3 ASIMO P2 “P” means Prototype model

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P1 Year-1993 Weight- 175kg Height-191.5cm Battery-135v P2 Year-1996 Weight-210kg Height-182.0 cm Battery-135v Walking speed-2km/h Max. working load-5kg/hand

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tonomous P3 Year-1997 Weight-130kg Height-160.0cm Battery-135v Walking speed-2km/h Max. working load-2 kg/hand ASIMO Year-2000 Weight-54kg Height-120.0cm Battery-38.4v Walking speed-2.7km/h Running speed-6km/h Max. Working load-1 kg/hand

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Advantages.. Robot look like human ………..are stronger , tough …………Do not complain …………..can not exhausted ……………..cool Disadvantages.. Humanoid Robots are not well develop ………….have no emotion …………..incredibly to implemented …………..Can n’t be trusted ………….terrible at performance tasks

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Thus I conclude …… “Humanoid Robots are like Humans with some defects ” Finally, as the technology improves, there will be new ways to use Humanoid robots which will bring new hopes and new potential Robots will become super intelligent and rule this world .

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