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2020 Issue-2

Servo Magazine


Features

Ten of the Top Robotics Engineering Schools in the US

There’s never been a better time to enter the field of robotics.


Linear Actuator Update

Update to rolling your own actuators.


Music Genre Classification Using LSTM

Make a music playlist the machine learning way.


Code Cube Gives Students Control in Any Environment

This little device is designed for elementary age students and older to learn coding skills and have a great time in the process.


NTU Singapore Scientists Develop AI System for High Precision Recognition of Hand Gestures

Scientists from (NTU Singapore) have developed an AI system that recognizes hand gestures by combining skin-like electronics with computer vision.


Robo-Dancer: Build Your Own Computer-Controlled Dancing Robotic Arm

Give your robot some dance moves.


Is LiDAR in Your Robot’s Future?

LiDAR is finally becoming an affordable replacement for sensors.


Robotics: How to Get Started — Part 1

This beginner’s series on robotics will help you: understand the different options available; organize your choices; and succeed at your robotics goals.



Projects

Build a Simple Micro-Ohmmeter

This meter far outperforms more expensive units when measuring very low values.


Build a Social Distance Detector For You and Your Robots

This device lets you know if folks are the proper distance away and if not, warns you before they get too close.




Departments

Bots in Brief (02.2020)
Interesting TidBits From The Robot World.

New Products (02.2020)
■ HARDWARE ■ SOFTWARE ■ GADGETS ■ TOOLS

Online STEM Education a Potential Boon for Affordable At-Home Simulators
by Bryan Bergeron
With physical classrooms closing, simulators are one way to keep education going at home.

Brewing Hot in the Automotive World: The Universe of Maps & Navigation
by Abhinav Kumar
Who knew that maps would become a billion dollar industry in the digital era?