The BEAM robotic concept is the brain child of Mark W. Tilden, Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico USA. Since its inception, it has grown to become a significant branch of robotics, particularly (but not limited to) hobbyists. BEAM is an triple acronym, standing for: Biology Electronics Aesthetics Mechanics, Building Evolution Anarchy Modularity, and Biotechnology Ethnology Analogy Morphology These acronyms indicate the major themes of BEAM robotics.
Tutorials, schematics, technical explanations and do-it-yourself instructions for the solar powered robot builder. Hall of fame list with pictures of inducted robots and a list of parts available for purchase.
BEAM Robotics Resource
Information on building a robot, where to find parts, a picture gallery, and a list of related web sites.
derstrudel analog and digital experiments
German-based site with pictures and event listings with biographies of the people involved.
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