Robot Laser Cutter is a useful piece of software that simulates a robotic programmable arm with a laser. The laser cuts through items…
Robot Laser Cutter simulates the operation of a robotic arm with all the operating functions of a real robot.
Robot Laser Cutter brings to the classroom an easy to use interface with a realistic 3D graphical robotic arm at an affordable price. This program is useful to demonstrate the principles behind a robotic moving arm and enable students to write control programs that use a laser beam to cut through strips of plastic on a table. This simulates a typical robotic arm scenario found in industry. The student Controls the robot by clicking on icons that control each of the robots stepper motors. The parts of the robot are colour coded for easy identification.
Program robot arm with powerful control language
This program is useful for schools coding software requirements. A powerful programming language is included that allows a script of commands to control and move each element of the robotic arm. The language uses simple commands that students can get to grips with quickly. Robot Laser Cutter is specially designed for use in the classroom, this is reflected in the easy to use programming language, Programs contain primitive commands such as: –
TURN WRIST CW 3
All commands can be placed in procedures. The robotic arm incorporates sensors enabling feedback to be used in programs. Decision-making IF statements and loops with the REPEAT and WHILE commands can be used in programs. The MOVE command allows easy movement to a specific Cartesian co-ordinate. Programs can be saved for future use.
Laser cuts through objects.
The laser cuts through plastic sheets that are placed on a table. The robot can use X,Y,Z Cartesian co-ordinates to move to a specific point. Robot Laser Cutter features a 3 dimensional version of a robotic arm at a price much lower than a comparable real arm.
Visual Hard Drive simulates the operation of a computer’s hard disk drive and shows how a hard drive works. The virtual drive has a controller board, four magnetic platters and eight read/write heads. Up to 32 bits of data can be written and read from the hard disk drive. The drive simulates data being written and read from the top platter and shows how a hard drive works.
Virtual data can be written in a safe environment. Data can be read from the virtual disk and be displayed as binary, bytes and ASCII.
Visual Hard Drive has four magnetic platters and eight read/write heads.
Our hard drive is fixed to write at sector 1 from here we can write 32 bits of data. In total 32 bits of data can be written to the disk.
The program simulates data being written to sector 1. The start address is 0000000200 Addresses are offset from this start address.
Write to disk
Every part of the platter has its own unique capability to store a binary 0 or binary 1 when writing to the platter the magnetic surface will contain either 0 or 1. In our simulation a red dot signifies a 0 a gap signifies a binary 1. As the disk is spinning all the time a circular data trail is left.
Visual Hard Drive shows how a hard drive works.
Teaching how the internet works can be a challenge for any teacher…
With this in mind we have produced Inside the Internet
This program de
scribes how the internet works. Inside the Internet provides descriptions and simulations of the main working parts of the Internet.
With Inside the Internet you have:
22 Programs describing the main parts and services of how the internet works.
1 Simulation program providing a convenient reference
to the main simulations of Inside the Internet.
A TLD Map enabling you to trace the route of a domain name.
Inside the Internet delves into the technologies that go to make up the Internet.
The shear scale of the Internet and its wide scale use from a simple home computer to a multinational company running thousands of computers connected to the Internet, could only be marvelled at 20 years ago. With today’s technologies enabling you to download music and talk in real time to your friends anywhere in the world, this important technology is here to stay!
Great for use with computer science and computing curriculum to learn how the internet works
Learn about key Internet technologies.
Explains with animations how the internet works.
Includes tutorials that explain how the internet works:-
World Wide Web
Mobile phone connection
Servers and Clients
Domain Name System
For the new computing curriculum How a Computer Works is the ultimate guide and reference tool. Packed with stunning simulations and excellent graphics this guide brings the inside of a Windows PC to life. A fascinating and absorbing overview of what’s happening inside a computer.
Great for use with computer science and computing curriculum.
Learn more about how a computer works.
Includes comprehensive guides to the main components of a windows based computer.
Explains the technologies that make up a computer. Explains where all the connections on the back go to. Demonstrates how MIDI works. Includes clear diagrams of the main computer parts and descriptions of how they work.
How a Computer Works includes 27 tutorials which explain the mystery of these technologies:-
Simulates how a motherboard works. How a Computer Works explains what the main chips and system buses do.
How a Computer Works explains how the PCI bus works.
The power on self-test
Explains the POST procedure.
Explains the BOOT UP procedure of a Windows XP computer.
Demonstrates with animations how memory works and interfaces to the CPU.
Simulates a working hard disk drive and explains how a hard drive functions.
How a Computer Works simulates a CD-ROM drive and shows how they work.
Simulates a modem with animations and explains how it works.
Shows how a document is printed and has animations of the main printer processes.
How a Computer Works shows how interrupts work on a PC.
Explains how the FireWire interface works.
Guides you through the expansion card system on a P.C
Serial and Parallel Ports
Shows how the serial and parallel ports work.
Explains how the ROM BIOS works.
Plug and Play
Explains how plug and play works.
How a Computer Works simulates the mouse working and shows how the mouse connects to the computers motherboard.
Shows how a key press is read into the computers motherboard.
Simulates a floppy disk drive.
Explains how the USB interface works.
Simulates a scanner and shows how it works.
MIDI and Sound
Simulates MIDI and a connected keyboard. Explains how sound is converted into digital data.
How a Computer Works shows how the SCSI interface works.
How a Computer Works simulates how a computer monitor works.
Shows in animation form the processes of an Intel Pentium processor working. Each stage of operations is described along with animated diagrams of the key pentium processing cycles. How a Computer Works shows the CPU parts.
Includes a stunning virtual computer that brings to life the workings of a real Windows PC. Use your own virtual computer.
Download a demo from our website:-
How a Raspberry Pi Works is a book packed with stunning graphics that brings to life the inside of a Raspberry Pi. How a Raspberry Pi Works introduces the main processes of a working Raspberry Pi. Students or hobbyists can see what is going on inside a Raspberry Pi. This book delves into the operation of the computers key components. The computers processes are described in short form. The book is a great introduction to the inner workings of a Raspberry Pi. Great for understanding the Raspberry Pi computer architecture, in easy to understand, step by step descriptions. This book covers the Raspberry Pi GPU, CPU ,GPU Ports, Local Memory ,SDIO Memory, GPIO, Graphics and Memory Ports, RCA and HDMI (Video), CSI, DSI, USB and Ethernet.
Teaching robotics in the classroom can be a time consuming business for the teacher. Setting up a classroom full of robotic arms connected to computers is fraught with problems. Quite often going through a lesson with robots breaking down the whole process can be a chore.
We have introduced Interactive Robot this provides a 3D robotic arm on screen that picks up and moves items. The coding language features simple commands as well as X,Y,Z move command.
With the robot on screen this takes out one factor of the reliability issue.
Different types of computer storage abound these days from the hard disk drive central to any windows pc’s operation to USB Memory sticks used for temporary storage. With computing and computer science taking a greater role in education we have introduced a new program to cover the computer storage aspect of the computing curriculum at key stage 3, also useful for computer science k-12.
Explore Computer Storage introduces the main computer storage devices with clear graphics.
Describes primary and secondary storage.
Introduces the main types of computer data storage.
Shows how the hard disk drive works with clear graphics.
Introduces the system memory found on a computers motherboard.
Describes the purpose of RAID drives.
Shows how CD/DVD drives works with clear graphics.
USB Memory Sticks.
Introduces the external USB type memory sticks.
Introduces the external Memory Cards.
Includes some simulations of the various storage types in use.
Can be deployed in your classroom to enable students to learn at their pace.
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