Linkages, gearing, lead-screws, pneumatic cylinders, and other methods of inducing and controlling motion.
Kinematics is the study of motion, and Dynamics is the study of forces that result from, or are required to generate, that motion. Together, these disciplines allow the engineer to design something as simple as a latch, or as complex and elegant as a pocket watch.
We usually build mechanisms from simple machines: gears, linkages, cams, and screws. We combine them in innovate ways and connect them to some actuator such as an electric motor. With the addition of digital control, we can achieve precise, responsive motions like those needed to perform arthroscopic surgery.
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