Engineer John Judillo from the Mapua Institute of Technology and his fellow project membes came up with a robot who’s weight is about 80 kilos and which conceptualization and development took 7 months and 2 months, respectively. Thus totalling 9 months for the over all.
Students from the Mapua Instittute of Technology will be part of the upcoming First ever World Cup on Computer Implemented Inventions, which gives us a bit of idea that they key in the MAC development is the programming language C++ (I personally hate this language)
Although the over all concept of the MACs appears seemlinglessly pretty useful, there are still a lot of disadvantages for it, based on the way how it is built. It may run on 4 tires, but it still cannot climb any stairs which leads to a disadvantage, when let’s say, a bomb is located at the 5th floor of a building.
Thus, a question raised regarding the next generation of the MAC and the other generations to follow is, if any of those will be able to climb stairs or not. While taking a glance in the robot development of other countries, we may come to notice that stairs climbig robots are running on 8 wheels instead of 4, could this be applied to our own MACs?
What could be other modifications or enhancements that the MAC should have?
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hahaha i’m referring to d 1st commenter.. 😀
mag isip ka..? oviously lahat ng robotic ay hindi compatible na umakyat ng hagdang, so ang ginagawa ng mga anti bomb expert inilalagay nila ang robotic nila malapit sa lugar… ang purpose ng robotic ay para macheck kung active or not ang isang bomb… gets? wel, mapuan ako kaya wala kang karapatang i judge ang MAC robotic namin… baka sa pag asemble ng PC mo di mo alam.. kaya wag kang mayabang.