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SAM-H Simulation Aminal Microcontroller - Hexapod

 
Walk, run, surf ultrasonic, go to the most intense point of light and executes all the moves that you can program sequentially

Hexapod multifunctional. Eligible 4 different programs running from the command of the television.
Program 2 manual mode: Since the command can do to walk forward, backward, left and right.
Program 4: Mode exploration / navigation.
Program 6: Go to the most intense light beam.
Program 8: demo mode.
Executes all the moves he can do sequentially.

 
More info in.........www.migranjadigital.net  and http://www.migranjadigital.net/p/sam-h.html

Through a software developed for the card will JVMBOTS USB/RS232 servo controller can store in memory all the moves you want.

 

Greetings ;)

 

becdanek

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Fantastic robot! It's always fun to see a bunch of servos working together. Thanks for posting.

I like the ir control option. good idea!

It´s simple, cheap and above all effective.

Thank you rc jedi

;-)

 

 

Beautiful work on the walker.

I like the 7-segment display on its head. That would be a nice feature to include in swarmbots, so you can easily display an ID number on a set of physically identical bots.

Thank you very much ignoblegnome. Glad you like it. The display indicates which is the program that runs each time the bot but, I take note for future projects your idea.

Greetings.   ;-)

 

Glad you like it. Just take an infrared receiver (TSOP1738) connected to a 16F84A which manages signals and communicates with the host microcontroller 16F876A. The 16F84 also shows a seven-segment display the program is running at all times. AS head, I used an old computer mouse in which I have placed a SFR05 for navigation.

Greetings

Fantasic job!  

 How many IR Receivers are you using to catch the remote control commands?

Good smooth motions.  I especially like the head both in the way it looks and its movement.