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TriWheeler robot Using Atmega32

Introduction The TriWheeler is a radio-controlled robot with three wheels. The lack of the fourth wheel is far from the only thing that renders it distinctively different from typical radio-controlled units. In addition to the capability of being freely controlled with a remote control, The TriWheeler has a smart autonomous mode that allows the unit to move freely without running into major obstacles. Furth ...

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Ghost Writing Robot Using Atmega32

Summary We used two stepper motors to drive a steel ball scavenged from a ball-bearing.  These motors were controlled by a PS/2 mouse wirelessly using the RCR-433 and RCT-433 receiver/transmission combination mentioned in lecture.  We then took the PS/2 protocol, made it compact, modified existing transmission code and deduced a way to control the robot via the mouse.  We also mounted a solenoid which raise ...

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Snake Arm Glove Project Using Atmega32

Introduction For our project, we designed a glove that can be used to control the Cornell University robotic Snake arm thereby enabling a surgeon to remotely operate the snakearm as a colonoscope in conjunction with a vision guide system (aka TV goggles). The glove allows for movement of the arm's segments as a whole and individually. More about the SnakeArm A snake arm emulates the movement of a snake, wit ...

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Wiimote Crane Using Atmega32

I. Introduction We used the Wiimote’s IR tracking capability and Bluetooth to wirelessly control a robotic crane arm.  The Wiimote is a powerful gadget and we wanted to build a new hack with it.  Our crane is composed of three servo motors, one of which is connected to a gripper.  The servos are controlled by PWM signals sent by the Mega32 MCU, and these signals are generated from parsing the received IR da ...

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PeanutBot, The Audio Homing Robot Using Atmega32

Introduction Sensing in autonomous vehicles is a growing field due to a wide array of military and reconnaissance applications. The Adaptive Communications and Signals Processing Group (ACSP) research group at Cornell specializes in studying various aspects of autonomous vehicle control. Previously, ACSP has examined video sensing for autonomous control. Our goal is to build on their previous research to in ...

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Evolving neural robot Using Atmega32

Introduction Our final project in ECE 476 is a mobile robot with a developed neural network such that it evolves to avoid collisions into a circular vertical white wall while traveling at the fastest speed and straightest line possible without human intervention or external computers. The completion of this project required extensive capacity and application on both hardware and software ends. In constructi ...

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Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Using Atmel Mega32

Introduction As our final project, we decided to design and build a robot capable of vacuuming the floor of a room or area without any human interaction other than just starting the unit. We realized the need for a cheap and convenient product that can be easily used to vacuum a room on its own, saving a person valuable time. The robotic vacuum is mainly built from a circular piece of foam board, as shown i ...

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