Here are the four Movies in Chapter 3 of Kinematic Synthesis of Mechanisms. Movie 3.1 Movie 3.2 Movie 3.3 Movie 3.4
About Prof. McCarthy
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Entries by Prof. McCarthy
Here are the six Movies in Chapter 2 of Kinematic Synthesis of Mechanisms. Movie 2.1 Movie 2.2 Movie 2.3 Movie 2.4 Movie 2.5 Movie 2.6
Here are the three Movies in Chapter 1 of Kinematic Synthesis of Mechanisms. Movie 1.1 Movie 1.2 Movie 1.3
This animation was prepared by Yang Liu of a walking machine designed by Mark Plecnik. This is the title video for my new book Kinematic Synthesis of Mechanism: A project based approach. The book contains 82 color figures and 30 animations. It is available as an iBook and a Kindle Interactive book on April 7, […]
This book is an introduction to the geometric theory used to design linkage systems that are critical components of machines ranging from vehicle suspensions to robot arms. The focus throughout is on graphical synthesis of linkages to control the movement of the legs for a walking machine. Select this link to see the Kindle Interactive […]
R. A. White is the author of Chop Wood Carry Water and Superluminal. He often writes under the pseudonym R. W. Frost. Here is his IMDB page. He is a lecturer in the theater arts program at UCLA, and the director of the Toni Martini Variety Hour.
Here are Smitty’s video lectures on Introduction to Racecar Engineering assembled into one post. I am sure you will find these 20 videos to be of great value. 01 Getting Started 02 Weight and Balance 03 Strength and Stiffness 04 Chassis Design 05 Suspension Design 06 Shock Absorbers 07 More on Suspensions 08 Springs 09 Steering […]
Chop Wood Carry Water is now available on Amazon.com. Please select the link Chop Wood Carry Water.
I am pleased to report that a paperback version my book Introduction to Theoretical Kinematics: the mathematics of movement is on-line with Amazon.com. I have updated it to reflect current terminology in Robotics and to correct all of the errors that I could identify. Please select the link Introduction to Theoretical Kinematics.
On May 8, 2018, I was pleased to give a seminar at the University of Pennsylvania GRASPLab: McCarthy Seminar. They also videotaped my lecture. Here it is: