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DT Project by Mind Map: DT Project
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DT Project

Existing Clifton Projects

Real Examples

Human

Real walking machines, Difficulties - balance, Goes anywhere

Robots

Untitled, Tracks and wheels and legs, Most robots are powered by motors, Untitled, These robots are programmed to act and do human stuff like us, (null), Some are made to look like us as well

Animals

Untitled, Difficulties - can't make, Goes anywhere

Material

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Covers motor

Water proof

Easy to make

Could brake

Not easy to cut

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Goes on any terrain

Easy to make

Can't brake

Not easy to cut

Untitled

Would be heavy

Easy to get

Would need all sizes

Easy to cut

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Can't get skin

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Easy to get

Would be heavy

Can bend

Hard to cut

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Easy to get

Easy to build

Can't cut

Different shapes

Different colours

Can be glued together

Lego is good because you can build anything with it like a Lego car., Untitled

Definitions

Walking

Untitled, Walking (also known as ambulation) is one of the main gaits of locomotion among legged animals, and is typically slower than running and other gaits. Walking is defined by an 'inverted pendulum' gait in which the body vaults over the stiff limb or limbs with each step. This applies regardless of the number of limbs - even arthropods with six, eight or more limbs, Not running, Lots of legs, Difficulties - lots of legs therefore fewer legs easier design, Or wheels

Machine

A machine manages power to accomplish a task, examples include, a mechanical system, a computing system, an electronic system, a molecular machine and a biological machine. In common usage, the meaning is that of a device having parts that perform or assist in performing any type of work. A simple machine is a device that transforms the direction or magnitude of a force., Untitled

Existing Designs

They are called mecha in Japanese. Mechs often appear in anime, science fiction, and other genres involving fantastic or futuristic elements. Mechs are generally, though not necessarily, bipedal and are best described as a mix between a tank and a robot. Some mechs have arms, hands, and fingers capable of grasping objects. A mech that approximates the shape of a human body may allow the use of martial arts movements and swordsmanship, ceremonial acts of honor, saluting, and other human mannerisms.

(null), (null), On this one the legs move repetitively

Four Leg Walking Machine

(null), (null), (null), This design is good because it's not to complicated