Kyaku Zero (K-0)


Kyaku Zero (K-0)



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David Thornton, Mathematics, Computing and Information Science


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2:30-2:40pm | Houston Cole Library, 11th Floor


Mathematics and robotics have been around for many centuries and will never die out. Both are part of S.T.E.A.M. (science technology engineering art and mathematics) which is fundamental for both of these topics. Math plays an integral part in robotics which incorporates the use of algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus due to the fact that it applies in calculating, designing, measuring, and building a robot. Without Mathematics it would be a complicated task to build a robot. Robotics on the other hand is in a critical state without any aspects of math. For instance, if we want to design a robot that is the size of a car, tank, jet skyscraper, excavator, tunneling machine, satellite, and a planet mathematics is important when it comes to developing this advanced piece of science and technology. The robot that I have created Kyaku zero is an example of this demonstration which is an aspect of mathematics being applied into robotics.


student research, computing


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Kyaku Zero (K-0)