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Saving Earth: The Proxy Robot Age

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by: K. Dean Stephens
Books with a 5 star rating  (3)
Publication Date: April 30, 2014
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 152
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9780988960848
$9.95

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Book Synopsis
What is a Proxy Robot? How might the exciting new field of proxy robotics effect you and make your life better? How can proxy robots save the earth? These are some of the questions addressed in this richly-illustrated, 152 page book. The text is easy to read and the subject is captivating, so order your copy today!

"Saving Earth: The Proxy Robot Age" is the author's second volume on the subject, along with nearly a dozen pending patents. The current book describes the multiple uses for proxy robotics on Earth, while the first volume, "Proxy Robotics: To The Moon and Beyond" is all about the use of proxy robots in the exploration of space.

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Customer Comments
sandy hoover
Posted: June 21, 2014
Customer comment 5 star rating
Andy Rubin, take note. Google needs this!
Kurt Hein
Posted: July 27, 2014
Customer comment 5 star rating
In this unique book, Dr. Stephens proposes that a human-controlled robot could be used instead of people to undertake a variety of difficult jobs. He describes how such a robot, complete with arms, legs, hands, and feet, could be a variety of sizes, from small to very large. He explains how the robot could enter sites where access may be very difficult for individuals or work crews. For example, it could perform difficult and high-risk tasks, such as firefighting, underwater repairs, and hostage negotiation. It could serve as a security guard. It also could perform intricate tasks like dentistry or computer repair.

“Proxy robotics invention includes space exploration with human proxy robots,proxy robots remote environment simulator for their human handlers, real-time approximation for robotic space exploration, and remote reconnaissance for space exploration.”

What needs to be found now is a creative, highly motivated individual or team to design and produce such a marvelous tool!
Kurt Hein
Posted: July 27, 2014
Customer comment 5 star rating
In this unique book, Dr. Stephens proposes that a human-controlled robot could be used instead of people to undertake a variety of difficult jobs. He describes how such a robot, complete with arms, legs, hands, and feet, could be a variety of sizes, from small to very large. He explains how the robot could enter sites where access may be very difficult for individuals or work crews. For example, it could perform difficult and high-risk tasks, such as firefighting, underwater repairs, and hostage negotiation. It could serve as a security guard. It also could perform intricate tasks like dentistry or computer repair.


“Proxy robotics invention includes space exploration with human proxy robots, proxy robots remote environment simulator for their human handlers, real-time approximation for robotic space exploration, and remote reconnaissance for space exploration.”


What needs to be found now is a creative, highly motivated individual or team to design and produce such a marvelous tool!
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