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Series 15 Episode 7: War of the Robots

Monday 28 March 2011

Series 15 Episode 7: War of the Robots

This week on The Gadget Show Suzi & Pollyanna have the task to beat a team of human paintballers using tech, Jon tests Bread Makers with Paul Hollywood, Pollyanna jets off to the US to drive a car blindfolded and Ortis, poses for a professional photographer to find the Top 5 Digital Photoframes.

Thanks to all of these guys who made it all happen!

WITH THANKS

A special thanks to the Human Paintball Team, ARK Angels.

John Ryland for providing theSecurobot

Mark Spencer for providing theTank

Locations

Fazeley Studios

National Paintball Fields

Beaneys Bakery

Virginia Tech University

Challenge: War of the Robots

Grant Cooper

Angel AR:K Paintball Markers

Rap 4 T68 Paintball Markers

CCTV Cameras

Samsung 32” TV

Servos

Adapters

HPI SAVAGE FLUX 2350

Logitech C910 Webcam

Paintball Sentry Software

PhotoShipOne 2 Axis Gimbal

Remote Control Helicopter

Remote Control scale battle tanks

Inspector Bots

Feature: Blind Car

RoMeLa

Top 5: Digital Photo Frames

Griffin

Twelve South

Pixlelar

Sagemcom

Parrot

2techvisuals

Elonex

Aiptek

NIX Digital

Jessops

BEST PRICES

Jon Test: Bread Makers

Panasonic SD-257W

Russell Hobbs 18036

Morphy Richards 48319

Top 5: Digital Photo Frames

Aiptek Mona Lisa

Jessops Slimline Digital Picture Frame

Parrot DIA by NoDesign

Sony DPF-D830L

Kodak Pulse

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sam

I loved it, but i think they should have intelligent robots. Where the robots can communicate with each other and fight with no human interference. One of the problems engineers face designing robots is the Brain (supercomputer), the size, weight and energy it needs. The only way to overcome this problem is to have the brain in separated unit and to fit the robot with sender receiver control unit, which communicates between the brain and the body. Other problems I see in robots are the hydraulic movement mechanism. I think they should use electromagnetic movement mechanism. Because its movement is very responding, fast and can deliver the needed force.

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