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Posted September 10, 2002
Solid Addition to Robot Builder's Library
Finally, a source book of information and products of interest to robot builders. If you've ever entered an item in an internet search engine only to be rewarded with 40,000 finds you will appreciate the yeoman's work that Gordon McComb has done in culling through all this material. The Robot Builders Sourcebook is a valuable addition to the library of all robot builders. The source book doesn't confine itself to just a listing of sources but also earmarks sources that are especially useful. There also many introductory explanations of general robot topics, such as motors and sensors, and on some individual products, like the Basic Stamp and the BasicX microcontrollers. This definitely a worthwhile book, especially in conjunction with the "Robot Builder's Bonanaza" (also by Gordon McComb) and "Mobil Robots: Inspiration to Implementation".Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.