Best way to learn how robot works?

Today i was looking at video on youtube on how people made there firs robot and stuff. I want to know if there any products out there that i can use to learn by my self on how to program my first robot. Or any sites that can teach me how to program my first one.i have seen robot kits for starter but i don’t know what is the best one for me sense im just starting. Plz leave site or suggestion.

There are many line follower robots out there. These can be as simple or as complicated as you wish.

There are also maze solving robots that might catch your interest, a step more complex.

Another type might be those with articulated arms that you get to pick up things and manipulate them a little.

There is no "best" one, it is just choosing one that suits your resources. The line followers are the most likely starters to me, they can be very simple, and then move on to better capability with more complex versions The sandwich robot (uses a lunch box as the body) seems a good start. The book (find the book link at bottom of the page) is a good starting place. You will need soldering skills, a few simple tools, and a digital multimeter.

Building robots requires good mechanical skills as well as electronic skills. Remember these things at this level are a learning tool. A very simple robot is the best starting point, get the mechanical issues resolved first.

The third link has plenty of information and details that could help, as well as references.

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  1. There are many line follower robots out there. These can be as simple or as complicated as you wish.

    There are also maze solving robots that might catch your interest, a step more complex.

    Another type might be those with articulated arms that you get to pick up things and manipulate them a little.

    There is no "best" one, it is just choosing one that suits your resources. The line followers are the most likely starters to me, they can be very simple, and then move on to better capability with more complex versions The sandwich robot (uses a lunch box as the body) seems a good start. The book (find the book link at bottom of the page) is a good starting place. You will need soldering skills, a few simple tools, and a digital multimeter.

    Building robots requires good mechanical skills as well as electronic skills. Remember these things at this level are a learning tool. A very simple robot is the best starting point, get the mechanical issues resolved first.

    The third link has plenty of information and details that could help, as well as references.
    References :
    http://www.robotroom.com/Sandwich.html
    http://www.robotroom.com/RBFB.html
    http://www.kmitl.ac.th/~kswichit/ROBOT/Follower.pdf

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