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Sign language coach Using Atmega32L

 Introduction Objective The goal of this project is to design a useful and fully functional real-world product that efficiently translates the movement of the fingers into the American Sign Language. Background The American Sign Language (ASL) is a visual language based on hand gestures. It has been well-developed by the deaf community over the past centuries and is the 3rd most used language in the United ...

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TRISHUL -Autonomous navigating robot Using Atmel Mega32

Introduction We decided to do this project due to our keen interest in the robotics. We were also looking for a project that involved a perfect mix of hardware and software complexity. This project enabled us to use new hardware such as sensors, stepper motors and their integration in big projects. The robot is essentially a vehicle propelled by two stepper motors. It uses IR sensors for detection of obstac ...

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Neural net robot using ATMega32

Introduction Our project consisted of an elementary eight neuron network that used Hebbian Learning to train a robot to respond intelligently to input light stimuli. First, we decided upon a task that would accurately denote Hebbian learning. One of the most common examples of conditional learning such as Hebbian learning is seen in Pavlovs experiment with his dog. In this experiment, when food was offered ...

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BlindBot usisng Atmel Mega32 MCU

Introduction    Our project is an autonomous toy car that tracks a high pitched audio signal. Using two microphones, a microcontroller, and two DC motors on an existing remote controlled car and, we implemented our own control logic to detect high pitched 3.5kHz audio signals and drive the car. This project consists of both software and hardware designs. Starting from the high level point of view, we divide ...

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RoboDog using ATMega32

Introduction The project, Robodog?is an autonomous car that follows sound. The car can follow almost any audible sound that human can create by using three onboard microphones. This project was possible because of the fact that the speed of the sound is relatively slow compare to the MCU. We took apart an old remote control car and replaced the internal circuit with our own driving circuit. For the sound de ...

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IntelliBOT Using Mega 32

Introduction For our final project we decided to build a robot that could navigate from one location to any given target and avoid obstacles in its way. The robot body used a very primitive design that included a cardboard box for the body and Minute Maid wheel caps. A two wheeled design for the robot allowed us to program the bot so that it could turn while remaining in its position. Stepper motors were us ...

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Arduino – Modifying a Robot Arm using ATmega328

Essentially another tutorial involving controlling DC motors. In this post I’m going to first alter a robot arm I had built previously from a beginners kit so that it can be controlled from Arduino. Then I’m going to write a series of posts on different ways to control the robot arm using Processing and other things. You should be able to use all of what I write for work with other toys and motors. To start ...

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