UNLV ME 425/625 - Robotics Fall 2017 Home Page

ME 425/625 is an undergrad/graduate (senior/masters) level course introducing robotics. This course will use the LEGO NXT Brick (i.e. a computer) and NxC programming language with motors and sensors (i.e. control). The overall objective is to expose students to the underlying mechanisms, electronics and algorithms needed to broadly appreciate the field of robotics.

paul.oh@unlv.edu


Week 01 - 08/28/17

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Week 02 - 09/04/17

Topic: Labor Day - No Class


Week 03 - 09/11/17

Topic: Simple Machines I: Levers, Shafts and Cranks

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Week 04 - 09/18/17

Topic: Simple Machines II: Cams, Springs and Linkages

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Week 05 - 09/25/17

Topic: Simple Machines III: Ratchets, Drives and Gearing

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Week 06 - 10/02/17

Topic: Automata Example: Putting it all together

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Week 07 - 10/09/17

Topic: Automata Team Presentations and Motors

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Week 08 - 10/16/17

Topic: Mid-term

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Week 09 - 10/23/17

Topic: Robot Sensing

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Week 10 - 10/30/17

Topic: Robot Actuation

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Week 11 - 11/06/17

Topic: Robot Communications

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Week 12 - 11/13/17

Topic: Robot Interfacing Handouts

  • Project: hbridgeAndKeypad100316edited041717.pdf Due 12/04/17 18:00


    Week 13 - 11/20/17

    Topic: Teams work on NXT H-Bridge Project

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    Week 14 - 11/27/17

    Topic: Teams continue working on NXT H-Bridge Project (email PDF report, 1 per team by 12/04/17)

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    Week 15 - 12/04/17

    Topic: Study Week

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    Week 16 - 12/11/17

    Topic: Finals

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