K.R. Smith School: Ms. Fleischer's Science
Prabhneet-6th, Aurelio-5th, Salvador-4th, Marck-5th, Vijay-5th
with experiments by delivering tools, when needed, to the astronauts.
has a micro computer that can access the main shuttle computer for additional
information when needed. It’s artificial intelligence allows it
to have voice recognition and be able to respond to astronauts’
commands. It has a sensory perception device that keeps it from colliding
with people and machinery. The robot has a small battery that recharges
when it is in the docking bay. The robot’s body will be made of
silicon. The robot will be extremely mobile. Mr. Helper has a retractable
hook that can be attached to the side of the shuttle when in use.
the following situation:
Bob has a list of 150 experiments that he must conclude within a one
month period. He has programmed Helper with the information about which
tools will be required for each experiment. All he must say is,"
Helper, I wish to do experiment 15 at 10:00 am today." At 10:00
am Helper will find astronaut Bob, and deliver to him the necessary
tools for experiment 15.
is 50 cm long. It has a diameter of 25 cm.
a small motor that is powered by a rechargeable battery.
is made out of silicon.
not in use Helper is in it’s docking bay.
are kept in the bed of his body.
goes to a tool crib where it pick’s out the needed tools for the