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MicroKart 644 Using Atmega644

The Micro Kart 644 is a mobile device that provides additional capability to the traditional RC car experience. Allowable functions are recording multiple tracks, which consist of all user controls sent to the car over a 25 second interval, and replaying the tracks so the cars replicate the movements made during the recording. In addition, we interfaced with not one but two cars, which allows the user to mi ...

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Autonomous visually steered car Using Atmega644

Introduction For our final project, we re-engineered a remote control car to autonomously navigate through a track by detecting lanes and centering itself between them as well as detect objects in front of it and avoid collision. The RC car detects lanes through image input from a low-resolution camera mounted at its front. Using an IR distance sensor, the car determines when to stop accelerating once a cer ...

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LED-Following K’NEX Car Using atmega644

Introduction In a Nutshell Our ECE 4760 final project was a car made of K'NEX that follows a LED strip. What We Did For this project we made a K’NEX car that follows a path made by a LED strip. We used two phototransistors to detect the lights from the LED, while considering ambient light. The voltage generated by the phototransistors were sent to an A-to-D converter so that we could calculate the car’s rel ...

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Autonomous Self-parking car Using Atmega644

Introduction We created an RC Car that can identify a parking space and parallel park by itself. The RC Car drives down a street searching for a parking space to its right using a distance sensor. When the car has identified a space, the car checks to see whether that space is large enough to park in. If it determines that there is sufficient space, the car will begin parallel parking into that space. It us ...

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Automotive On-Board Diagnostics Reader Using Atmega32

Introduction Our project is a hand-held device that is capable of communicating with any vehicle that uses pulse-width modulation (PWM) data-link layer. Such devices are commonly referred to as On-Board Diagnostic scanners. Vehicles that typically fall into this category are Fords made between 1996 and 2007. In our case, we used a 2003 Ford Mustang as the test vehicle for our device. The diagnostic informat ...

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Accelerometer Controlled R/C Vehicle Using Atmega32

INTRODUCTION In our final design project for ECE 476: Microcontrollers, we decided to build a vehicle controlled, using accelerometers, by a remote control that wirelessly transmits, using RF technology, data to the vehicle to move in any direction. The accelerometers will be mounted on a steering wheel shaped remote control, such that if the user wants to move forward they can lean the steering wheel forwa ...

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Line-following car Using atmega32

Introduction                     Our project is a battery-powered toy car that is able to follow a path against a background of contrasting color. <>             The front of the car is fitted with an array of three photosensors, which allows the car to detect the path as well as any turns in the path. Colors that reflect light, such as white, produces a high voltage output from the sensors whereas co ...

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