Modern Design

Robot design

First, the robot is just a dream to have a robot to help in the work or aid in the difficult task beyond the limits of human ability and a dream is inspired humans to invent creative robot, which they have successful to create a robot to be used in industries.

 The word robot comes from “Robot” (robot or robots) in the Czech language, which means slave or forced labor in the year 1921. Carlos Chalet is the story about a man who wants to slave, but he was created a robot to help works, which the robot has developed itself to be more intelligent, so the idea of ​​anti-human drama is celebrated so much that the word “robot” was introduced around the world.

Isaac Asimov

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Later in 1942, Isaac Asimov scientists have authored the novel called “Runaway Brown” with the content on Robotics and set up in the third rules of the robot for his work

  1. Do not harm humans or robots let the man rest in danger.
  2. A robot must obey human commands. The order was in conflict with the first law.
  3. Robot protect themselves, but must not conflict with the first law or second law

After publishing 3 rules, there are supportive of a number of people because the rules are accurate and based on the security of lives between humans and robots. Scientists are interested in more robots and start developing robots seriously since then.

The World’s First Robot – Unimate


The first robot in the world occurred in 1954 by George Devol engineering in the United States residents who can invent artificial arm of a simple robot that is capable of movement and working on a program that is set to use on the job. From this point to the industry itself to make the robot development occurs consistently.

The first robot in the world in terms of industry named “Unimate”, which used in the production of General Motors in 1961 by being applied to lift the mold casting and welding a tank car.

The Current Models – ASIMO


ASIMO is a humanoid robot or simulated human of the Honda company in Japan, October 31 was derived from experiments using 2543 (2000) robot and the Robot Masters to make it smaller and lighter I-WALK technology enables ASIMO can walk and runwalk up the stairs and dancing. Audio systems to respond to human commands, unable to recognize the faces people precisely those properties that have been created to make ASIMO has the capability and capacity of the human needs in the future.

ASIMO is designed to be used easily. Whether it is controlled by a personal computer or a remote control. The engineers have started to invent Human development research robot increases since 2529, starting with the creation of robotic prototype IP II (P2) in 2539 and continued with robotic prototype IP Tree (P3) in 2540 until the robot ASIMO in the year 2543, Honda has the opportunity to hire ASIMO to operate in Japan.


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Images: (Review 15th November 2014 – ASIMO) (Review 15th November 2014 – ULIMATE) (Review 15th November 2014 – ULIMATE)


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