Robotics and stuff

Discussion in 'Technology Talk' started by FerretXing, Nov 15, 2016.

  1. FerretXing

    FerretXing Member

    So it seems that furries here talk mostly about software things. I was wondering if there are some people that have studied Robotics or just do DIY electronics stuff for fun.
  2. Caecus

    Caecus My goals have no limits!

    I know pretty much from computer hardware, a little from electronics, and I probably will go study robotics in future.
  3. Yakamaru

    Yakamaru No "Awooo'ing" allowed

    Robotics are a lot of fun. New discoveries every year.

    Won't be long until we get maid robots:
    And if we get them, I will be at the front of the queue to get one. :3
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  4. FerretXing

    FerretXing Member

    It's possible to build one, just very expensive and there are yet two big problems, a power source and the AI.
  5. Yakamaru

    Yakamaru No "Awooo'ing" allowed

    I know. The AI programming today is kinda crap.

    Which is why I stated "and if we get them".
  6. FerretXing

    FerretXing Member

  7. Huffy

    Huffy Member

    Well I love mettaton...does that count?
  8. Vitaly

    Vitaly Guest

    Im a bachelor in mechatronic and robotics and I like all sorts of things related with robots and automation.

    To bad it doesnt actually helps me in real life.
  9. speedactyl

    speedactyl Eccentric Friendly Aviator

    actualy it helps if you manage to jump in the right industry. as a hobby it worth to practice and develop

    if its UAVs its on me. and have a fleet Dedicated somewhat furry related , well haft Aeromorphs

  10. Aurorans Solis

    Aurorans Solis cum sol surrexit auroratque dies incepit

    I do electronics n' robotics n' stuff for fun. Working on a major project including both of those things right now, and I've got a number of other projects on the side that are more on the mechanical engineering side of things and include less about robotics and electronics, though it wouldn't be too hard to swap out the analog elements of those projects for electronic elements, I can't be assed, honestly :^)

    I've not studied anything on those topics (mechanical/electrical engineering, robotics, etc. etc.) yet, though, as I'm just now finishing up my junior year of high school. If you can look past that, though, I'm good for just about any project. Engineering is where all the fun stuff is, I think.
  11. Meowly555

    Meowly555 New Member

    who needs robotics, when you get VR! then everything is VR.. so we won't need anything physical.. like mechanical robots! it can be all SAO! we can make robots do anything in VR then! :)

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