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Taiwanese college students develop two wheeled robots that move flexibly in a narrow space

according to Taiwanese media reports, in response to the advent of an aging and childless society, intelligent robots that care for the elderly and children are gradually emerging. However, traditional robots often use three wheels to keep balance, so they are quite inflexible in narrow space. Nantai University of science and technology simulates the balance organ of the inner ear of the human body. The accuracy of the internal resistance strain gauge of the sensor developed and innovated is not high, the anti-aging ability of the glue used to fix the strain gauge is not good, and the material of the sensor is not good, which will affect the accuracy of the sensor. "Two wheel balance robot" can shuttle freely in the narrow space of the home

unlike traditional robots, which need three wheels, two wheeled robots are equipped with tilters and gyroscopes to simulate the inner ear balance organ of the human body, and only two wheels are needed to maintain balance

two wheeled robot and a student of the Department of electronics at South Taiwan University of science and technology, said that the most difficult thing in the research and development process is to make the extension two wheeled robot stand in its own way of thinking without manipulation, capture acceleration and a certain angle, and stabilize and balance on the floor. The research team made a total of four two wheeled robots, and it was not until the third and fourth that they finally succeeded

Lin Xinhong pointed out that in the future, robots will combine digital cameras, infrared remote control and wireless networks to increase the function of taking care of the elderly and children, and notifying their families outside. They can also operate household appliances according to people's instructions, or search for weather forecasts, etc. to become robots that really support life. At this time, it is necessary to adjust the belt tightness

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