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    Shere Khan Research Paper

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    Shere Khan must be a quadrupedal robot that will be able to track and stalk the opposing robot, Corbett, while running, jumping and climbing over obstacles. Shere Khan will also have to collect empirical data from the environment including wind velocity, temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure. In order to deactivate Corbett, Shere Khan will have the ability to pounce on and activate the kill switch. To create higher rates of success Shere Khan will be able to modify itself using on-site upgrades. Forge will develop a robot named Shere Khan in order to complete the mission. Shere Khan has three main tasks on the field: tracking Corbett, self-configuring itself with upgrades, navigating through the field and overcoming obstacles. In order to track Corbett, Shere Khan will have a Light Detection And Ranging (LiDAR) camera on a base that rotates 360 degrees. The LiDAR camera will be able to detect movement and objects in the environment using a radar-like imaging system. Instead of using radio waves, LiDAR uses light to measure…

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    As possibly the simplest form of animatronics is the way creators make it seem as if a real tiger is speaking and forming words, in The Jungle Book you can see many examples of this; from shere to Baloo, each animal seems perfectly animated to the flow of the words using to communicate with the main character. As the rising action is approaching the climax a key scene where Mowgli meets with the king of the apes, after escaping the grasps of the king, the king's kingdom comes tumbling down;…

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    The Jungle Book Analysis

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    If you placed a child in the jungle all alone, what would become of him? Would the child be consumed, or would the animals raise him as one of their own? Jon Favreau showed that in the movie The Jungle Book. This movie is about Mowgli’s experience in the jungle after his parents had died while protecting him from a tiger. Abandoned by his father, Mowgli had been raised wolves and had become one himself, but was not completely accepted by the animals inhabiting the jungle. Shere Khan, the tiger…

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    Have you ever wondered if the character Mowgli of the Jungle Book written by Rudyard Kipling was actually true? Yes, it is true to some extent, except the whole thing of having a talking bear as your friend. However, in the 1800's such a thing happened a boy called "Victor" had been found wandering in the woods near Aveyron, France. He was taken in and placed in the French school of the deaf. Consultant Jean-Marc Gaspard Itard tried to rehabilitate this "wild child". He was able to teach him the…

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    Have you ever wondered if the character Mowgli of the Jungle Book written by Rudyard Kipling was actually true? Yes, it is true to some extent, except the whole thing of having a talking bear as your friend. However, in the 1800's such a thing happened a boy called "Victor" had been found wandering in the woods near Aveyron, France. He was taken in and placed in the French school of the deaf. Consultant Jean-Marc Gaspard Itard tried to rehabilitate this "wild child". He was able to teach him the…

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    Genghis Khan

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    Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World Introduction A brief history of the author and his beliefs on the statement This essay discusses the history of Genghis and the making of the modern world. The author of this book is Jack Weatherford, an Anthropology professor at the Macalester College in Minnesota. This book is well known for its popular history. In the book, he refutes that Genghis Khan was a bloody savage, barbarian, and ruthless conqueror who enjoyed destruction for its own…

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    An American Journey Essay

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    I am ecstatic. After weeks of my relentless begging, my father, Niccolo, and my uncle, Maffeo, have made the decision of bringing me with them on their voyage to meet again with the Great Khan at his summer palace at the far end of the continent of Asia. I am only 17, but I know I am ready. I am told that the journey will take around 3 to 4 years, which sounds like a long time, but I know that, since my father and uncle have already made this voyage, their experiences will help us to learn how…

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    Mongol History: Ariq Boke

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    Normally, the Khan was determined through a method of election in which, prominent members of the Mongol Empire would gather together and then unanimously decide a leader (Morgan, 2007, page 36). However, in the case of Ariq Boke, two separate quriltai’s were held, one electing his older brother Khubilai, and the other electing him (Rossabi, 1988, page 47). As a result, both brothers were placed on an equal level to the right of succession according to the Mongol succession process. Therefore,…

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    China is a very large country in eastern Asia that has seen its fair share of ups and downs throughout history. Today, China is the most populated country in the world with 1.3 billion people living within its borders. China went through many dynasties as it grew and evolved, each adding to the rich and diverse culture of the Chinese. Some of these dynasties lasted hundreds of years, whereas some were brief in their control. The Yuan dynasty came to be in 1279 and lasted until 1368. The Yuan…

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    entirety. Furthermore, war is an indirect form of greed, where a plethora of leaders use it to gain fame, wealth, and many other self-indulgences. In ancient history, a huge majority of wars were fought simply to gain territory for their respective countries. A prime example of engaging in war for selfish reasons is none other than, Genghis Khan. Around the dawn of the 13th century, this man founder of the Mongol Empire, which eventually became known as the largest contiguous empire in all of…

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