Robotics: How to Get Started — Part 1

Robotics: How to Get Started — Part 1

By John Blankenship    View In Digital Edition  


These days, robots can be built by simply assembling modules, so many experienced hobbyists assume that a beginner doesn’t have to know much. However, that just isn’t true. If you’re new to robotics, it’s easy to become frustrated and discouraged because there is so much to learn. The goal of this series of articles is to help you understand your options, organize your choices, and find a path to the successful fulfillment of your goals.

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