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Ultrasonic ParKontroller Using Atmel Mega32

Introduction Are you afraid that your brand new Hummer is going to get scratched while parking it in a tight space?  Do you have trouble backing your large Mercedez S-class into your small garage?  Fear no more!  Our ultrasonic ParKontroller can sense how far you are away from the wall or a hidden object behind your car and warn you visually and audibly using LEDs and speaker respectively. High Level Design ...

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Touch Screen Controlled R/C Car Using Atmel Mega32

Introduction For our final design project, we chose to build a touch screen radio controlled car. Essentially, the RC car will follow a path drawn by the user on the touch screen as it is drawn in real time. Speed and direction of the car was extrapolated from the user drawn path and sent to the car through radio frequency transmission. We utilized a touch screen taken from an old Palm Pilot, the chassis of ...

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SearchBot Using Atmel Mega32

Introduction The SearchBot is a fully functional model car that can be controlled wirelessly through the PC or autonomously search for red balls scattered on a flat surface. Autonomous vehicles are just now being realized in labs around the world and will soon have major military and commercial potential. The Adaptive Communications and Signals Processing (ACSP) Group of Cornell University is studying the c ...

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Cooler-Bot Using Atmel Mega 16L

Introduction Cooler-Bot is an autonomous vehicle that uses ultrasonic transducers to sense distance and direction to a remote ultrasonic mobile unit that it is designed to follow. Our original goal was to design a vehicle that would carry a beverages for the user and follow them at a distance of about 1m around the Atmel MEGA16L microcontroller. This vehicle would be ideal for example on a golf course, allo ...

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Dual Control R/C Car Using Atmega32

The purpose of this project was to take a traditional remote controlled car and create our own control mechanisms. To control the car, we used a dual-axis accelerometer and LEDs (light emitting diodes) configured as photo-detectors. The control mechanism was selected using a single pole dual throw (spdt) switch was wired in a single pole single throw (spst) configuration. The two-axis accelerometer was used ...

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Variable Traffic Controller

Introduction Our project is a Traffic Controller that is sensible to traffic condition and adjust the traffic lights accordingly. Our project tries to simulate the traffic at an intersection, and with the use of sensors (Hall Effect in our case), we adjust the traffic of the intersection base on both the waiting time at the traffic light, as well as the rate at which cars passes the particular traffic light ...

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Radio Control Car using Mega32

Introduction: We like car and we like to build our own Atmel Mega32 MCU based radio-controlled NSX.  We set three goals in the initial project proposal and they are as the following: (1)  Build a RC NSX with the same performance as the original car.  (2)  Add extra features such as headlights and brake lights.  (3)  Add distance IR sensor to avoid collision.  [caption id="attachment_16217" align="aligncente ...

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