Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Space1 Humanoid Robot Launch Director


Space1 Humanoid Robot Launch Director 

At the Space1 portable C3 Command Control Center, a hired humanoid “Minute-Man” is being trained and directed to launch rockets and assume the launch risk at the station near the launch pad complex. 

This is a process that requires humanoid training. Part of the job request, job requirements, and training details will include responsibility of becoming familiar with the launch controls, understanding and executing directions, codes, positioning, activating proper switches, reading lights and markings, observing colors and checkpoints, watching the sequence and launch, and knowing the timing.

Tom Humanoid is designed to be the first humanoid known to command and launch rockets at the control center. The humanoid will use a standard control center with lights and switches on the launch instrumentation control panel to launch rockets and do the countdown.

Tom can work at forces up to 19 kilogram centimeters and in environments from -10 to +50 degrees C. Tom does not require the use of infrared transmission which fails outside, but rather is controlled over WiFi to distances around 300-feet or farther.

Tom is a very capable humanoid and can move controls at a speed of .22 sec/60-deg. and is rated to 180,000 turns. Tom can speak and count down the launch. Using his embedded web and TelNet servers, he can also be activated for specific routines via the wireless controller using the Apple iPhone or iPad. For external applications, the humanoid has battery and temperature monitors.

Tom can recognize shapes and colors, and read iconic markings and codes on rockets and control panels. Tom is also upgraded to see ultrasonically when required. Tom uses the new Brain in a Brain for the most powerful AI and can also be directed solely.

The robot uses an FPV portable app controller designed and programmed by Humanoido at Space1 which contains a real time view-screen showing what the humanoid sees. This allows complete monitoring of the humanoid work station in FPV fashion.

The eyes have image capture which can record the settings of instruments and document not only the launch sequence but when the humanoid looks up, he will see the rocket takeoff, also for recording and documenting the flight.


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Space1 Index Big Brain Site Prior to 2014
http://space1usa.blogspot.tw/2017/05/space1-big-brain-index-of-space.html
Space1 Home
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Space1 Profile 2017
http://space1usa.blogspot.tw/2017/03/space1-space-profile.html
About Space1 from the Founder
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/about-space1-from-founder.html


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http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2016/12/big-brain-contributions_13.html 

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Space1 Anatomy of a Space Capsule

Space1 introduces the conceptual anatomy of a space capsule

The capsule is the crew compartment where the astronauts stay most of the time. There are several main considerations and patterns about a rocket space capsule. Here are some generalizations.

1) The space capsule houses astronauts, is the location where astronauts sit during take off and landing, and is where the command captain sits to control the spacecraft
2) The capsule is generally no larger than the diameter of the rocket
3) The capsule extends from the wide diameter side to a narrow top side
4) The shape is for greater aerodynamics in penetrating the atmosphere
5) The wide base helps create drag during reentry

In Space1 rocket designs, the capsule has variations. In one variation, the astronauts do not sit at the top of the rocket. This ensures that a rough parachute landing will not disturb the most valuable cargo. The crew compartment is located farther back, closer to the middle of the rocket where strong bulk heads exist. The offers more protection to the crew compartment /capsule.

In other designs, the space capsule is at the top of the rocket where it can be ejected from the rest of the rocket and returned via its own parachute. This lessens the mass of the capsule making it lighter for a softer landing. The tourist capsule may have greater window space, and in some designs - surround windows know as picture windows, to give spectacular tourism views.

Space1 Contact
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Space1 Profile 2017
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About Space1 from the Founder
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Monday, July 3, 2017

Space1 Space Power Remote

Wearable remotes can activate into VR screens and controls
Hand held remotes can control rockets, humanoid robots, chaser drones...
Space1 continues portable programming work on an advanced Space Power Remote

The Power Remote is an amazing portable device. It can communicate with various machines such as the humanoid robot robonaut, rocket, Chaser Drone, and other devices. It gives controlling commands to launch the rocket, move and control the humanoid behavior, track telemetry, control the rocket Chaser Drone, track parameters such as flight statistics, altitude, downrange distance, and flight vehicle characteristics.

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Space1 Logo History

In 2017, Space1 introduced a colorful red space logo without the upper right reflection

In 2016, Space1 introduced a rocket flame
By Mid-2017, the logo became a 3D cube
Space1 introduced a colorful logo with a backdrop of black space in 2015
In 2014, Space1 introduced the first logo, imprinted on the right side of the magazine Space1!
Space1 Logo - The evolution of Space1 Logo
 

2014
The history of the Space1 logo dates back to 2014 when the first Space1! magazine was born.  The first logo was printed at the right side of magazine's name and subtitle. The logo included the shape of a rocket patterned after our first rocket test vehicle with the traditional wide stabilization fins. This rocket was a metal canister rocket complete with a large payload section to hold humanoid robot robonauts. In back of the rocket is a round ball of lavender color representing Earth and a pink melon colored wisp of atmosphere representing the first flights into the Troposphere. The name SPACE1 is seen in front of the rocket and Earth. Near the bottom, a reflection of earth is indicative of the future of space tourism beyond the magic of suborbital flights. This logo did not contain the star background, intense coloring, or the reflective watermark to the top right.

2015
A year later in 2015, the logo evolved to stronger brighter colors with a black space backdrop. The reflective watermark image appears in the upper right of the logo depicting space time. Stars remain white, yellow, brown, green, violet and red. The atmosphere is now red and the Earth is a blue tinted color while the Moon is clearly violet. The Earth’s reflection is more enhance in the larger higher resolution image. In this view, the rocket exhaust is notably missing, not yet added until 2016. The logo was designed with colors suitable for printing on tshirts. One member of Space1 printed the logo on a white tshirt.

http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/11/space1-shirt.html
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-january-2015-update.html

2016
In the year 2016, the logo took on new color variances thus changing the appearance, most notably the color of space. Rocket flame was added to the engine exhaust. Numerous color variations were created for effect. The watermark was retained.

FQ 2017
By 2017, an amazing two hundred variations of the logo were created. A geometry correction was introduced to the spherical proportions. Variations were produced. In one variation, the upper right reflection was removed to make the image more suitable for printing on tshirts.

A favorite logo shown is the new bright red star field logo, with red, violet, yellow, white and brown stars. This depiction show the violet Earth and Moon in the background, with the rocket now exhibiting rocket engine exhaust fire. Also seen is the Earth reflection at the bottom and the Earth’s surrounding glow of atmosphere. The logo represents Space1 rocket tourism, and the evolution of suborbital flights with an eye on the Moon and journey beyond towards the stars.

http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-ground-safety.html
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-notes-comments.html
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-first-year-of-operation.html
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-january-2015-update.html
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-logo-collection.html
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-january-2015-update.html

Mid-2017
By mid-2017, two hundred plus logo variations were depicted included added textures, artistic colors, matte surfaces, special effects, and scintillation points of radiance. The logo was even converted to a cube with logo imprinting appearing on each flat side. In another graphics experiment, the cube was made to rotate in real time using gif graphics.


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http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2016/12/big-brain-contributions_13.html 

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Space1 Safety Rocket Simulated First Launch

FIRST SAFETY ROCKET LAUNCH - ACCORDING TO SIM

The view is a simulated historical first launch of Space1's prime Safety Rocket, designed to keep space tourists safe at all times. What are the basic steps to touring and flying this mighty rocket?

Retracing the anticipated outlined steps into space... Of course weather conditions must be perfect. Rocket safety check is next. The mighty rocket is prepared and moved in sections to the spaceport and then reassembled. The launch tower is fully erected and checked. The engine and fuel are loaded, recovery system checked, fasteners checked, and tourist(s) with time stamped tickets don the detailed space suit.

Then activation of the space suit and special flight computer takes place, check telemetry and rocket computers, initialize all flight computers and activate, enter the capsule and lock down the seating for the launch, and check viewing flight area, calibrate instruments, adjust and activate the internal cameras and sensor array, adjust and activate the external cameras, prepare the launch tower, prepare the launch computer, power systems check, begin countdown and launch!

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Friday, June 30, 2017

Space1 Artificial Planet World

A large artificial planet can be home to a world population

SPACE1 ARTIFICIAL PLANET WORLD
Humanoido, founder and owner of Space1, has directed the futures space sciences division of Space1 to begin a project to create artificial planets APW. The planetoids, APWs, are a step up from satellites and space stations and contain more vast real estate for harboring space colonists. APWs can be moved in orbits around the sun at varying distances, thus controlling seasons and internalized conditions. APWs can also be designated as rogue, not in a particular orbit, relying upon their own power and energy sources, or moved from planetary system to planetary system. Although the largest planets are ideally created 100 to 300 years from now, today we can create smaller planet models for testing and launch in suborbital space pathways for analysis.

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Space1 Profile 2017
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Big Brain Timeline
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2016/12/big-brain-timeline_1.html
Big Brain Contributions

http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2016/12/big-brain-contributions_13.html 

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Space1 SkyPort Drone Spaceport

SkyPort Spaceport
Space1 has developed the SkyPort Spaceport design. SkyPort is a rocket spaceport in the sky, developed from large drone technology.

A field of ground is created and rocket launch gantries are developed on top of the drone. The drone rises and parks to a given altitude where it resides on stable hover mode. The rocket is launched in the sky and returns to the same sky point, landing on the sky spaceport. The advantage is the SkyPort can park above international waters and no boats or marine recovery equipment are needed. The SkyPort can also park at places of international air space far above ground to avoid international conflicts.

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