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Line Follower Robot using Microcontroller

When robot is placed on the fixed path, it follows the path by detecting the line. The robot direction of motion depends on the two sensors outputs. When the two sensors are on the line of path, robot moves forward. If the left sensor moves away from the line, robot moves towards right. Similarly, if right sensor moves away from the path, robot moves towards its left. Whenever robot moves away from its path ...

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Accelerometer Based Hand Gesture Controlled Robot

In many application of controlling robotic gadget it  becomes quite hard and complicated when there comes the part of controlling it with remote or many different switches. Mostly in military application, industrial robotics, construction vehicles in civil side, medical application for surgery. In this field it is quite complicated to control the robot or particular machine with remote or switches, sometime ...

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Cell Phone Controlled Pick and Place Robot

Conventionally, wireless controlled robots uses circuits, which have a drawback of limited working range, limited frequency range and limited control. Use of mobile phones for robotic control can overcome these limitations. It provides the advantages of robust control, working range as large as the coverage area of the service provider, no interference with other controllers and up to twelve controls. Altho ...

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Clap-E acoustic tracking robot using atmega1284

An Introduction For the ECE 4760 final project, we designed and built a sound follower robot named Clap-E. As its name implies, Clap-E receives a clap sound and moves toward the source of clapping. It has the ability to change its position after multiple claps and readjusts its path toward the source of sound. We didn’t want our robot to be sensitive to human voice or other “common” surrounding sounds, so i ...

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RoboSLR Using Atmega644

Introduction Robo-SLR provides a remotely controllable stand for a Canon EOS 550D DSLR camera, allowing for adjustable tilt and pan functionality along with the ability to remotely view through the camera's viewfinder and take photos. An ATmega1284 microcontroller is used to control camera functions as well as tilt and pan over a wireless bluetooth connection to a PC. This allows a photographer to easily ph ...

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Autonomous Board Erasing Robot Using Atmega644

Abstract -A Roomba for boards For our ECE 4760 final project we created a board climbing robot capable of cleaning the board autonomously. The robot uses neodymium magnets to stick to the board and moves across it with two continuous servo motors. It has bumper sensors on all four sides and keeps track of its orientation with two 1-axis accelerometers. The bot sweeps the board row by row starting from the t ...

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Hand controller for Parrot AR Drone Quadricopter Using Atmega644

Introduction Our project is a novel hand held controller in which we use an accelerometer to wirelessly control the motion of a Parrot AR Drone Quadricopter. Rationale: The main idea of our project was building a cool glove controller for a flying platform, a quadrotor in this case, which would give the user a different sense of power over the robot, unlike conventional controllers like the Xbox controller. ...

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