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Learning Electronics Via The J5 Obstacle Avoidance Robot

Hello to the LMR community. This first blog post is basically just an introduction for me and what I am about.

 

UPDATE 08/02/2014 : Just an update in the name. I remember OddBot calling it the BlueTacBeast. There you have it! I present to you BTB aka BlueTacBeast aka a mini … Read more
UPDATE: 10th of November 2013. I have added a video explaining and showing PET's operation. PET, or Poppet, is an experimental platform for programming 'emotional … Read more
navigates via ultrasound, controlled by wii nun chuck
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This is a robot that can be controlled by a wii nunchuck, or it can navigate on its own. It avoids cliffs with the ultrasonic sensor on the front arm, and it avoids … Read more
Navigate around via ultrasound
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So I have had this little guy for quite some time now and have reached the point where I need to pull his guts out and use them in another project. However before … Read more
uses ultrasound to navigate around obstacles
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I came across the instructions to build this in a magazine and found it a great entry into robotics. It is working well but I'm still fine-tuning the programming. I … Read more
Avoids Obstacles and Light..
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Phil Is Made of very light weight aluminum, milled to a 8x9 body and a max height of 6 inches. I prefer to use servos as his means of movement for the main reason … Read more
An autonomous robot exploring the environment and avoiding obstacles
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This is a little robot with a pan/tilt radar head. I built this robot for my nephew and niece to play with. The aim is to enable the robot to explore the … Read more
Navigate around via ultrasound
This is my first robot, it simply avoids obstacles by using an ultrasonic sensor. It uses an Arduino as its brain, a pair of DC motors for locomotion and a small … Read more
Navigate around via ultrasound, Follow light, Avoid light, Line follow, IR controlled, Dance
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I recently recieved lots of Cybot parts from my friend who collected the parts of eBay, no longer wanting them he kindly gave them to me, my plan was to convert it … Read more
Navigate around via ultrasound
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Hello again everybody my name is chickenparmi, and I like robots. Today I would like to show you my obstacle avoidance bot, with a difference. The difference with … Read more
Avoids running into things and follows lines
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   Bunker is a small house bot that I am developing (altho, the developement has stalled somewhat as i moved on to other things. When some of my other projects … Read more
Obstacle avoidance, smells good & won't sweat!
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This is BrutBot. He is my first robot and is based on the Arduino UNO with the Adafruit motor shield and a Parallax ping))) sensor.  I started with a "start here" … Read more
This is REG•E and he is my first obstacle avoiding robot. He works off two Lego motors powered by 4 AA batteries and for a brain he has an Arduino Duemilanove. He … Read more
Can solve maze via ultrasound,Can grab object via ultrasound
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Forgive my poor english.. Many thanks to LMR and special thanks to   BIRDMUN , ANTONIO.CACIUC,BASILE and   peter ROBOTFREAK This is my first robot that is capable … Read more

making an arduino line follower with obstacle avoidance

I have had an arduino for a wile now but i just cannot find out how to make a robot with line following and obstacle avoidance.

How can I write a sketch that will alow one sensor to have more power over another sensor? So if my robot is moving along a line and i put something infrunt of it it will sotp useing the line sensors and use the code for the obstacle avoidance.

 

111swords

This is my first robot. I was inspired to start creating after seeing the Yellow Drum Machine by Frits, and I originally was building a drum robot. After … Read more

Multi-sensor obstacle avoidance

Hi,

I want to take my Bliss Robot to the next level of "object avoidance". Please note that I just want the "next level", not the "ultimate level" (yet) ;-)

I got some advice from ignoblegome but I would like to openly ask which would that "next level" may be. I have seen several things out there:

Explores the environment to find objects and classifies rooms.
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This is my master thesis work that I thought it might be interesting for people here. The thesis were divided into three sections; Theory development, Simulation … Read more

PzKw "Tammy"

Start me notI decided to do this Tamiya tankbot as a blog as there's been a few similar posts lately and It is probably one of the most common platforms about the net so I will see if I can do something different with it. But for starters I have built it like a start here robot although I will not call it that.
At the moment it is controlled by a pic16F690 but I intend to build different configurations using other micros as well.

Quick mock-up of IR obstacle avoider.

What is it?

This is a quick mockup used to test the IR obstacle detection circuit which came out of this forum topic:

http://letsmakerobots.com/node/17316

It uses this circuit:

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navigate around on its own using infrared and digital logic
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this is my new "robot" fully designed by me , its name on-board comes from the way it was designed , its quite literally all on the single printed circuit board ! … Read more
Cyclops is a obstacle avoider robot with one obstacle detector. This obstacle detector is prepared with an IR led and IR receiving module. To detect the obstacle … Read more
Uses a webcam and robot vision to navigate around obstacles
Obstacle avoidance is one of the most important aspects of mobile robotics. Without it robot movement would be very restrictive and fragile. This tutorial explains … Read more
This quite simple robot made with LEGO® Mindstorms NXT set is programmed in NXT-G (LEGO's visual programming language) to Avoid Obstacles using the Ultrasonic … Read more
Line following, Driving around free with obstacle avoidance
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This is a first attempt at building a robot. For now it is able to follow a line, and to drive around free with obstacle avoidance. In the near future I will … Read more