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Principal Works

 

Frameworks for the Revolutionary Rapid Development of
1) Versatile biomechanical high mobility body-limb for the unmanned vehicle to support disaster recovery and explore space and seafloor

2) Platforms of image guide treatment

3) Artificial life systems on the natural process constructing order out of chaos

 

Mails

moc.nopirav@tcatnoc

INTRODUCTION

Reformed version of
Androides Marchants
from Le Monde des Automates
Etude Historique et Technique
CHAPITRE XXIII
by Chapuis & Gelis

In the 18th century

  • An Artificial Horse leading the wheelchairs
  • An Artificial Hippocampus leading the gondola at the Versailles palace waterway
  • An Artificial Swiming Swan and its improvement
  • An  Artificial Horce of Von Hamel

Circa 1830

 

Produced in London
Made in Geneva by Ch. BRUGUIER


The walking  android as a wicked fairy godmother 

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Ornithopter, Leonardo da Vinci circa 1488

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INTRODUCTION

Le Monde des Automates, Etude Historique et Technique (2)
Chapuis (Alfred) & Gelis (Edouard)
CHAPITRE XXIII
 - Les Automates -
 et Androides Marchants

Produced in London in 1862


The walking android of a young daughter by Alfred NEWTON

 

It's a improved version of replica.

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1891-1893 – Steam Man – Prof. George Moore – (Canadian/American)

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1878 – Motors for Propelling  Vehicles, or Mechanical Horses. – J. Doyle (American)

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http://www.google.com/patents/US200266?dq=200266

http://cyberneticzoo.com/walking-machines/1877-mechanical-horse-john-doyle-american/

1868 - Automatic Toy, 1876 – Toy Horse, William Farr Goodwin

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https://research.archives.gov/id/594926

http://www.google.com/patents/US61416

 

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William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention of "improvements in automaton toys."—Communicated to him from abroad by William Farr Goodwin, of the city of New York, State of New York, United States of America.— Dated 3rd July, 1868.

« The London Gazette, July 9, 1875. »
https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/24226/page/3530/data.pdf

 

 

http://cyberneticzoo.com/walking-machines/1867-mechanical-horse-pat-w-farr-goodwin-american/

http://cyberneticzoo.com/steammen/1876-philadelphia-centennial-steam-men-american/

Francois Junod, 2005-2007 Spain project, Mechanical Trotting Horse

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Francois Junod, Cima museum, Walking Automata

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At the request of Parmigiani of Fleurier, François Junod manufacturer engaged for a prototype of physical implementation. one mare and her foal. it work obtained many knowledges on one year.

As a response to the wave of new era (as of the universe expansion which is more accelerating), François increased the rotation speed of machine tools. As a result, the life size mechanical horse which was made in Spain project in 2006, became small to up to size to ride in the palm of hand.

http://francoisjunod.com/

Other references : John Joseph Merlin - The Silver Swan Automaton The mechanism was designed and built by John Joseph Merlin (1735-1803) in conjunction with the London inventor James Cox (1723–1800) in 1773. Peacock clock horloge du paon Ermitage museum St Petersburg 18th made by James Cox The Peacock Clock is large automaton featuring three life-sized mechanical birds. It was manufactured by the entrepreneur James Cox in the 2nd half of the 18th century and through the influence of Grigory Potemkin it was acquired by Catherine the Great in 1781. Today it is a prominent exhibit in the collections of the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg.