a useful book is Robot Building for Beginners by David Cook.
he teaches you all about diodes, resistors, some soldering, LEDs,
stuff like that. he teaches you how to build a simple line-following
"Sandwich". really good book for beginners and even if you're a little
more advanced. no programming experience is required to build it
he explains semi-complex things like what the colors mean on resistors
and stuff easily. you can find it at robotbooks.com or anywhere else.
Potrazi po netu na google! Svaki univerzitet daje dokumentaciju u PDF o
svojim robotima tako sam i ja! Sve na netu imas :) Doduse po koja knjiga sa
Amazona bi ti bila dobra odvoji negdje 35 eura i mozes kupiti i dvije knjige
:) Zavisno sta hoces da pravis, koju vrstu robota i slicno.... :)
Eto sretno drug.
Pozdrav iz Sarajeva,
Sorry Daniel, that was Bosnian or Croatian or Serbian. It is the same
language just after the war everybody calls it diffferent. I told him a
proverb:"Every book is a good book" ;)
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