Robots mounted on base bodies with revolute, cylindrical, or spherical joints along with prismatic joints have better functionality and move with ease between the points in space. In continuation of the last series on Robots Base bodies here more involved robotic base bodies are discussed.
Spherical Robots are more involved in construction and more dexterous in working so is there control. The control of spherical robots requires three variables as Cartesian and Cylindrical robots do but the coordinate frame and there transformation is bit complex than other types. Spherical Robots can perform tasks requiring movement in three dimensional spaces easily. It can reach at points in the space with ease, speed and accuracy. But to make such three dimensional robot work properly according to the specified instruction of reaching particular points and doing job there it requires a substantial amount of background work involving calculations of coordinate frames and control variables.