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Watch controlled robot using AVR microcontroller

Here is my Chronos watch controlled rover. The rover has a CC1110 minikit that receives SimpliciTI messages from the watch and sends this to an Arduino (AVR) over serial. The Arduino controls the motors and the servo controlling the robot arm. I have called this thing a robot, which is not strictly correct, as a robot needs to be autonomous. Some of the other ‘objects’ that I’ve made are robots, while this ...

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Remote Control based Robot using C language

Concept The customer’s demands were to develop and build a kit, consisting of a small mechatronic system with educational concept. In particular, he asked for a driverless robot for training purposes abroad. The idea behind this is that our customer needs a kit for sending it to partner schools around the world to help the teachers there to set up project work based on a mechatronic system. The robot combin ...

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Cellphone Operated Robot using ATmega16 AVR microcontroller

This Instructible is entered in the Category: 13 - 18 of the National Robotics Week Robot Contest MY URL-http://avadhutelectronics.blogspot.com/ MY [email protected]   Video :Cellphone Operated Robot Step 1 Component Required   Component Required: IC1 - MT8870 DTMF decoder IC2 - ATmega16 AVR microcontroller IC3 - L293D motor driver IC4 - 74LS04 NOT gate D1 - 1N4007 rectifier diode R ...

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PC Controlled Robot using ATmega32

In this tutorial we will discuss a simple PC controlled robot. The Robot PC link will be a RS232 serial line. The robot will have only five commands. Move forward (RS232 char 'F' or 'f') Move backward (RS232 char 'B' or 'b') Turn Left (RS232 char 'L' or 'l') Turn Right (RS232 char 'R' or 'r') Stop (RS232 char 'S' or 's') To keep things as simple as possible, in this example we will use terminal software Rea ...

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Line Following Robot using AVR ATmega8

One of the most basic autonomous robot you can build is a line following robot(LFR). This type of robot is run over a white surface which has an arbitrary path drawn over it by using back paint. The task of the robot is to run exactly along this painted path. You may note that the surface may also be black(or any other dark colour), in that case the path is a light colour like white. Please watch the follow ...

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Halloween Robot using Attiny microcontrollers

Halloween Robot controlled by an old wingman joystick. I don't reccommend this for beginners with electronics only because some things like joysticks and power adapters are not all the same and must be modified. Additionally I provide programming code which will only be useful for particular stepper motors without modification. **This is still unfinished, but Halloween is coming up so I'm going to publish i ...

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Autonomus Wall Following Obstacle Avoiding Arduino Rescue Bot

I'm an Electrical Engineering major and each year my college's branch of IEEE competes in a student hardware competition. Last year's competition was inspired by the natural disasters in Haiti and Chile (the competition was held one week after the earthquake in Japan). This was a very large project that was tackled by a group of people. I was the programmer of the group but also helped with some of the sens ...

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