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Welcome to Mecharithm – your ultimate comprehensive resource for Robotics and Mechatronics!

If you’ve ever researched or had questions on any of these topics, you are in the right place: “Mechatronics,” “Robotics,” “Augmented Reality,” and “Virtual Reality.

Lots of people each day read Mecharithm posts and watch the videos to strengthen their foundations about Robotics and Mechatronics. That could translate into becoming a better researcher, higher scores in robotics courses, a helping hand to finish the next project they are stuck in, or just a hobby they enjoy.

Our goal in Mecharithm is to make the fields of Robotics and Mechatronics relatable, understandable, fun, and available to everyone!

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Recent Blog Posts!

How to Predefine a Scenario for the Robot-youtube-cover
Robotic Simulator: How to Predefine a Scenario for the Robot (18/27)
January 21, 2022
In the previous lesson, we learned how to save and load different data in the simulator. In this part, we are going to design a complete step with a multi-part scenario for our simulator...
How to Save:Load the Values and Show Them as a Table-youtube-cover
Robotic Simulator: How to Save/Load the Values and Show Them as a Table (17/27)
January 18, 2022
In the previous part, we got acquainted with implementing different types of weather and day and night conditions in the simulator. In this lesson, we will learn how to save and load ess...
a Bioinspired Advanced Neural Control for Autonomous Walking Robots_youtube-cover
a Bioinspired Advanced Neural Control for Autonomous Walking Robots
January 17, 2022
Researchers from BRAIN-lab at VISTEC in Thailand developed a bioinspired advanced neural control with proactive behavior learning and short-term memory for autonomous walking robots that en...
Creating Different Climates with the Impact of Them-youtube-cover
Robotic Simulator: Creating Different Climates with the Impact of Them (16/27)
January 14, 2022
In the previous lesson, we were able to successfully simulate a complex function called removing/placing an object for our robot. In this lesson, we want to simulate a variety of weather...

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