The Laws of Robotics:
1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
2. A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.
1. Ein Roboter darf einem menschlichen Wesen keinen Schaden zufügen oder durch Untätigkeit zulassen, dass einem menschliche Wesen Schaden zugefügt wird.
2. Ein Roboter muss den Befehlen gehorchen, die ihm von Menschen erteilt werden, es sei denn, dies würde gegen das erste Gebot verstoßen.
3. Ein Roboter muss seine eigene Existenz schützen, solange solch ein Schutz nicht gegen das erste oder zweite Gebot verstößt.
Asimov, Isaac (1950). "Runaround". I, Robot
An Arcade-Machine based on an old PC running Windows 7 with an old used TFT screen from eBay. The buttons and USB controller I also buyed on eBay. The wood construction I did myself, including painting. I mixed some bitmaps form Mortal Kombat X and I ordered some self-adhesive poster to give to my Arcade Machine nice look. I used as the ARCADE emulator the well known MAME emulator.
A Small robot with rotating ultrasonic sensor to find the optimal path.
For my son I tunned a Lego Duplo Loc. Now the loc has lights, speed control, moves also backwards and with an IR receiver for an ordinary TV IR remote cab be controlled.
A self designed an manufactured "door bell". On SDcard are copied 100 shor wav files (each 5 seconds). Every time a guest press the door button a wav is played an a counter is incremented. So I reached a variation of door bells tones.
Radio clock with big display segments and ATmega8 microcontroller. I desiged and manufactured the PCB myself.
An UV-Unit for UV exposure of the PCBs.
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