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Line following
Using a
So after some help from here and pololu I managed to come up with this little freak :D It gets his kP and kD values from BT from phone so I don't have to reprogram … Read more
My balancing robot with dsPIC33FJ128MC802 , 2xencoder hardware, + ARM stm32f3 discovery board with gyro and accelerometer (arm process kalman). Motor: EMG30 Pololu … Read more
Line following Robot
Using a
Line following Robot. It can runs up to 1m/s. hope fully we can participate in RobotChallenge (http://www.robotchallenge.org/robotchallenge) for this year. Read more
In the video you can see that the robot stays at roughly the same spot on the floor and handles a lighter push without any problem. To achieve this I have two … Read more
My first line follower, it uses a dspic33fj128mc802, 6 QRD1114 sensors, this motor driver http://www.sparkfun.com/products/9457 , this motors … Read more
This is the first prototype of the Balancing Robot. In this version , I used two sharp sensors to control the motors.this is as first step till the IMU comes from … Read more
The self-balancing robot building is today an activity that every robot builder can perform with Arduino. Searching in Google for self-balancing robot you can find … Read more
little background first... i wanted to try the NXT robot to follow line, BUT: - the smart brick only has 4 sensor ports - i only have 1 light sensor (able to detect … Read more
Hi guys, This is a modified PICO. This is one of my product prototypes. You will find in our online shop in few days. I use Arduino and 2 ir SHARP distance sensors … Read more