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Make - Technology On Your Time Volume 06: Robots

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شماره ششم مجله Make - Technology On Your Time Volume 06 به صورت اختصاصی به ساخت یک جفت از حشرات الکترونیکی می پردازد  که شما می توانید رایگان دانلود کنید.

Build a pair of electronic insects. LED throwies. Rodent-powered nightlight. Floating tower structure. Bug Sucker.

Unfortunately, copies of Volume 06 are sold out, but you can still view it in the digital edition.

Table of Contents

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Shouldn't people make their own ringtones, not buy them? Page 11

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We have met the artificial intelligence, and he is us. Page 13

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How to do boring tasks, or why robot-run dystopias can be fun. Page 14

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From lamps and chainsaws to saving the planet. Page 16

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Report from the world of backyard technology. Page 18

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Hollywood feels the sting of its own copyright laws. Page 26

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Reincarnated tee "iShirt" protects your computer and deters thieves. Page 27

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Twenty-three years ago, Steven Roberts went on a bike trip and never returned. Page 28

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Pulling the strings at the Berkeley Kite Festival. Page 36

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A visit to the annual Yankee Steam-Up. Page 38

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Popular card games become an exercise in miniature construction. Page 39

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The balloon men at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Page 40

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At last, Tolkien meets capitalism. Page 44

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How hardware hackers are remaking their bodies. Page 46

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Computer-aided design doesn't have to be awful. There's a CAD program out there for you. Page 48

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Start your boat-building hobby by building this one. Page 50

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The BEAM design approach creates nimble robots from simple components, with no programming required. Page 54

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Become a desktop general with these battlin' bot tanks. Page 58

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The nuts and bolts of Lego robot design. Page 62

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Meet the drink-serving, drunk-driving droids at Roboexotica. Page 65

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Versatile, powerful design raises the bot in prefab robotics construction kits. Page 66

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A wireless remote control camera on wheels. Page 69

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Build a do-everything manifold to control, dry, route, and use compressed air. Page 72

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Solder together one simple circuit and use it to control two very different solar-powered robo-critters: a little satellite that scoots and bumps around, and a mini cart that just keeps a-rolling until the sun goes down. Page 76

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Make an autonomous robot that can chase a ping-pong ball, push it into a goal, and take other programmable actions. When you're finished, you'll have a few more wrinkles in your brain and no more fears of robot attacks. Page 88

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Make a "needle tower" sculpture from dowels and elastic cord that seems to defy the laws of physics. Page 100

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The standard tower-style PC is blessedly modular, designed to be opened and upgraded. Page 114

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Make and toss a bunch of these inexpensive little lights to add color to any ferromagnetic surface in your neighborhood. Page 116

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Innocent-looking "clock" monitors the unread-message pileup in your inbox. Page 117

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For FPS gaming, a cellphone vibrator gives a kick to your clicks. Page 120

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Producing TV shows on the cheap. Page 123

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Turn your PC into a switch-hitter the easy way, with a LiveCD. Page 124

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How to read the tracking dots in your color Xerox printer. Page 126

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Add an LED front light to your Game Boy Advance for $5. Page 129

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Modifying tech for pre-mouse toddlers. Page 131

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Good old FM beats wi-fi for sending streamed music around your house. Page 133

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Up from the ghetto blaster, a new life as a functional-art stereo component. Page 136

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A rodent-powered nightlight. Page 139

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Humane, compressed-air-powered bug trapper. Page 141

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Taking stereographs is easier and more fun than ever. Page 143

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Pringles-can lens extender produces dazzling ultra close-ups for peanuts. Page 146

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Build one in 15 minutes. Page 148

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Make a measuring instrument with an old video case and $20 worth of parts. Page 153

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Inside a versatile maker's machine shop. Page 158

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Build this kit to read radio frequency ID tags. Page 160

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Announcing a just-maybe-revolutionary microcontroller for all things DIY. Page 164

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Toss your own ice cream. Page 170

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The creator of MacGyver challenges you to survive an earthquake, a flood, and a hungover neighbor. Page 172

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The best tools, software, gadgets, books, magazines, and websites. Page 174

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Win your roommate's sock full of quarters, and other puzzles. Page 182

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Where makers tell their tales and offer praise, brickbats, and swell ideas. Page 183

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A look back at the glory years of engineering for common folk. Page 184

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Scavenging components from cast-off tech. Page 185

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Take a tour into the underground robotic relentlessness of Roomba hacks, robots in the streets of Austin, and robot cockfighting. Page 188

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Our favorite events from around the world June-July-August 2006. Page 189

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Looking for the dawn of the digital universe? Check in the basement, next to the lavatory. Page 190

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Tyler Rourke tells how he built a replica of a hi-fi system built by Jack Rosenberg for Albert Einstein's 70th birthday gift. Page 192

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