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LA Robotics Club Message Board › Recommended Reading and Learning Sites

Recommended Reading and Learning Sites

Annika O.
Group Organizer
Houston, TX
Post #: 18
I get asked "Where do I start if I don't know anything about electricity but I want to build a robot?" so I decided to start a thread for resources, both online and in book form for essential learning tools. Please add to this list if you think of anything and post links if you can find them.

Book - The Art of Electronics - http://www.allaboutci...­

Magazines - Servo & Make
user 17722901
Los Angeles, CA
Post #: 11
This Video gives you a bit of info on what is "Open Scource Hardware" and some links where you can get more info.­
Bob M
Sherman Oaks, CA
Post #: 1
Beginner and Hobbyist:

Hobbyist and Engineer:

Both of these cover a variety of electronic DIY projects.
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