The robots were easy enough—just off-the-shelf stuff, really—but the costumes and kinematics routines were something else.
His trilogy on kinematics and machine design is discussed by De Jonge, op.
There has been in Germany a thread of continuity in the kinematics of mechanisms since the time of Reuleaux.
The similarity and aridity of kinematics textbooks in this country from around 1910 are most striking.
This time hasmost certainly arrived for the science of kinematics.
The following list of additional reference material on kinematics may be of help to readers who desire to do independent research.
kinematics, kin-e-mat′iks, n. the science which treats of motion without reference to force.
Must geometry be regarded both as a branch of kinematics and as a branch of optics?
This copy probably represents the first textbook of kinematics.
kinematics kin·e·mat·ics (kĭn'ə-māt'ĭks)
The branch of mechanics dealing with the study of the motion of a body or a system of bodies without consideration given to its mass or the forces acting on it.
The branch of physics that deals with the characteristics of motion without regard for the effects of forces or mass. Compare dynamics.