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Bluetooth remote controllable (Lego) cars

How it started It started with the idea to make a technical proof of concept combining the Physical Web and WebBluetooth. The Physical Web is an effort by Google to allow interacting with "things" without fiddling around with installing apps or setting anything up. The basic idea behind that is that the "thing" broadcasts a web URL for the client to interact with it. You can read more about it here: https:/ ...

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Autocross/Track day Data Logger for BMW E36 M3

Customer's Voice “Hello, I am interested in a race car logger than will be able to display and log crucial information during autocross and track events. I am interested in tracking vehicle speed, RPM, engine coolant temperature and lateral g-forces. Ideally, the data can be stored on a SD card which can later be read on a computer. An LCD display showing two or more parameters will be extremely useful duri ...

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Density Based Traffic Signal System using Microcontroller

Nowadays, controlling the traffic becomes major issue because of rapid increase in automobiles and also because of large time delays between traffic lights. So, in order to rectify this problem, we will go for density based traffic lights system. This article explains you how to control the traffic based on density. In this system, we will use IR sensors to measure the traffic density. We have to arrange on ...

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Mobile – Gesture Controlled Car

REQUIREMENT: AtMega 16 microcontroller L293D motor driver IC Bluetooth module (HC05) Chassis Motors & Wheels Mobile phone (Android + Bluetooth compatibility) Battery (for car section) DESCRIPTION: Have you ever wondered of operating a toy car with you own mobile phone? Yes I have made such a thing. This project involves the communication between your mobile phone and the car. Here I have used the intern ...

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Automobile parking simulator Using Atmega1284

1. Introduction The game consists of two levels. In each level, a LCD TV screen displays the 2-D top view of the a parking lot, and the player needs to park the car into the proper parking spot by operating on a fake steering wheel, gas/brake pedals and gear stick. On the hardware side, for user control interface, we have built the fake steering wheel, gas/brake pedals, gear stick with basic wood board, hin ...

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GPS and compass guided car Using Atmega644

For our final project, we built a self-driving car that takes in inputs for a final destination and drives itself from its initial location to the final destination. The idea for this final project requires an LCD to display the location that the car is already at and allows a user to input coordinates for where he or she would like the car to drive itself to. By using a GPS receiver, the car can track its ...

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OBD-II Autocross/Track Data Logger for BMW E36 M3 Using Atmega644

Customer's Voice    top “Hello, I am interested in a race car logger than will be able to display and log crucial information during autocross and track events. I am interested in tracking vehicle speed, RPM, engine coolant temperature and lateral g-forces. Ideally, the data can be stored on a SD card which can later be read on a computer. An LCD display showing two or more parameters will be extremely usef ...

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