Build a Remote-controlled Robot

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 112 pages
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This volume focuses entirely on building the inexpensive, remote-controlled robot, The Questor. The book is illustrated with step-by-step, detailed photographs of each stage of the assembly process. No advanced electronic or programming skills are required, making the book suitable for first-time experimenters. The emphasis is on the techniques needed to build the robot, rather than on the theory of robot design.

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DAVID SHIRCLIFF is a teacher at Seneca Ridge Middle School in Loudon County, Virginia, where he teaches classes in technology education. A dedicated electronics enthusiast, Mr. Shircliff has been researching and building robots for over twenty years.

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