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Hebot II Robot
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HEBOT I, II & III Robot
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HEBOT I, II & III Robot
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HEBOT I, II & III Robot
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HEBOT I, II & III Robot
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HEBOT I, II & III Robot
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HEBOT I, II & III Robot
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HEBOT I, II & III Robot
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HEBOT I, II & III Robot
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Hebot II Robot is a free roaming robot which can negotiate obstacles, steer towards a light and follow a wire around your home. The robot emits a squeak when it detects light or following a collision. Control is transferred to the wire following circuitry unless HEBOT encounters an abstacle. HEBOT also has a microphone, and can be wired to go into reverse, spin, or just stop. HEBOTs random walking is a bit of a misnomer, as it actually executes a series of spirals.

HEBOT I, II & III John FitzGerald 1979-80 (British) - - Hobby Electronics magazine (November 1979-January 1980) describes an autonomous robot. HEBOT is a free roaming robot which can negotiate obstacles, steer towards a light (infra red) and follow a wire (A.C. current) around your home. HEBOT emits a squeak when it detects light or following a collision. Control is transferred to the wire following circuitry unless HEBOT encounters an abstacle. HEBOT also has a microphone, and can be wired to go into reverse, spin, or just stop. HEBOT's 'random walking' is a bit of a misnomer, as it actually executes a series of spirals.

Cyberneticzoo.com : - - 1979-80 HEBOT I, II & III John FitzGerald (British)
Davidbuckley.Net : - - Hebot-II was a look-alike for the MIT-turtle.



Source: Cyberneticzoo.com, Davidbuckley.Net, Internet & Research - Updated 04-14-2021