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Squee, The Robot Squirrel by Edmund C. Berkeley and Associates Construction Plans, 1952 - "The squirrel has two photocell "eyes", left and right, which see either steady or oscillating light. While hunting, the squirrel pays no attention to the oscillating (nest) light, only to the steady light illuminating the "nut". When a "nut" is picked up, the squirrel homes towards the nest. The nest is a sheet of metal on the floor. when the squirrel arrives there, two probes on the base of the squirrel (the "foot" switch) close a contact, the scoop opens, the ball rolls out, and the squirrel backs away from the nest. The squirrel then forgets about its nest, and goes back hunting for another nut. Dr. W. Grey Walter called his own tortoises either Machina Speculatrix or M. Docilis as mock biological names.

References, Information and Pictures through the courtesy of :
  : davidbuckley.net ; Robots & Robot History (U.K.) . . See David Buckley's Web Site.
  : https://www.tested.com/tech/robots/ . . See Their (AdamSavage) Web Site.
  : http://cyberneticzoo.com/ . . See Reuben Hoggett Web Site.
  : http://www.computerhistory.org/ . . Mark Richards. Courtesy of the Computer History Museum



Source : www.davidbuckley.net, www.computerhistory.org, cyberneticzoo.com, Internet & Research, My Collection - Updated 9-14-2018