I have been doing a lot of documentation of my robot building on my Facebook account, "riv artoo" (https:// I am thinking of using one of my animatronic Elvis Presley heads instead of the standard in Moov head. All those "Elvi" lined up in my garage is quite a site to see!

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CLICK HERE for INFO on the ROBOT COLLEGE Happy 2016 Robot People! It's only about 8 inches tall, but there is a whole lot of engineering in those 8 inches. I just need to build a robot that finds a fridge, opens the door, finds a randomly placed beer, grabs that beer out of the fridge, closes the door, brings the beer to me, opens the beer, and hands it to me. " Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and Happy Kwanzaa Robot People! Me, I want a Wowwee MIP 2-wheeled balancing robot for Christmas! And how about Amazon and their 15,000 (that's FIFTEEN THOUSAND! Ah, but soon after exhaustion set in and I'm thinking ONE robot (perhaps Betty9) would be more than enough.

And finally, last weekend we went to the Socal Maker Con at the Fairplex.

Now it's really not fair to compare events, but except for Prof Martin Mason's "Robot Throwdown" (Those robot wars/ battlebot types of competitions are ALWAYS a LOT of FUN to watch! Read All About it: My EZ Robot Board V4 Has Arrived! ____________________________________________________ This is the August issue of Robots and Androids! It's been in the high nineties with a lot of humidity. And stop on by his online store to get robot tees, "floppy bots" and more!

Well, it seems our electronic chauffeur-slaves, the car-driving robots, AKA Tesla Model S with the Autopilot, have begun killing people. Public has always been fearful of the so-called "robot uprising" and finally it has begun. Tesla themselves say that a driver running Autopilot must, in spite of the fact that the robo-driver is making all of the decisions, have both hands on the wheel and his eyes on the road. I can take or leave Facebook, but still I learn a lot about robotics as it happens.

Now, self-driving cars are purported to be safer than human drivers, but that has not been proven. Now I don't know about you, but just the name "Autopilot" might cause more than a few people to assume that a computer with a few sensors can safely drive a car for them. Recently I learned that many Facebook people are so very afraid of life-size walking humanoid robots. The robot that I, myself am most afraid of killing me is the Google car. It senses the environment, calculates where it will drive you and controls every aspect of the car--and YOUR SAFETY. And you literally put your life into Google's hands when you ride in any car without a steering wheel.

In July in Florida a Tesla Model S with the Autopilot failed to see what most sober people would most likely see, a "big rig", a semi, an articulated truck blocking its path. Perhaps using customers as beta testers was not such a good idea. Now, I'm not talking about Bill Gates or Elon Musk, I mean common everyday people are afraid. Humanoid robots, Atlas included, are clinking, clunky, toddling, oversized remote controlled TOYS. Death is only inches and a buggy (no pun intended) program away. Still it will be a decade before it or any other robot car (or "driverless car" if you must) is on sale at a showroom near you. Please welcome Old ETC who is now writing for Robots and Androids.

Perhaps allowing a robot the freedom to kill a human, accidentally or otherwise might not be such a good idea. Each week he will bring you his take on robotics' electronics, mechanics, sensors, microcontrollers, AI software, computer vision, and more.

A new engineering college, called the California Institute of Robotics will be opening soon! This college sounds like it is a college that WE WOULD WANT TO ATTEND.

This new college, with it's emphasis on robotics, will open its doors for business in Summer of this year. It starts with robotics and artificial intelligence and goes on to animatronics and mechatronics and continues through medical and automotive robotics. It can roam around free and not (often) run into stuff. And, "what if someone else in the room wanted a can of Coke instead?

If you ever wanted to study robots and robotics in college, THIS IS THE COLLEGE FOR YOU! It's a really ultra cool toy robots that rolls around on two wheels. It can be hooked up to a mobile phone and then you can "BOX" with another robot! Below is a video of PR2 getting a beer for it's builder. Could it deliver something different to a different person?

Students will learn robotic using Nao robots, Arduino microcontrollers, EZ Robots. It can even carry another Mip without falling over. I will be participating in the RSSC's "Get Me a Beer" contest. My question is this, "How many times did it foul up and need to be corrected before it succeeded? Or is this all just a "dead reconing" kind of show? And then, on the 11th of October we had our own Riverside Robot Expo where I exhibited more than 20 robots!