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how to add serial port to the circuit in http://www.societyofrobots.com/step_by_step_robot_step3C.shtml?
(they seem to be having serious shipping issues lately)
i think that one is line following robot command, i need sumo robot command. can i use http://www.societyofrobots.com/downloads/stampy_sumo_source_code.zip to program atmega168 with avr studio?
should i change the atmega 8 option into atmega 168 if i am using atmega 168
does the command included a command which do not let the sumo robot came out from the battle ring
does the command include a command which let the ir sensor rotate
the algorithm makes your robot only go to the opposing robot. there will never be a cliff between your robot and the opposing robot. therefore you do not need to ever detect a line
so, the robot will not move when it does not detect opponent? or after finishing rotate the ir sensor (servo motor) without any opponent detected, it will turn round like stampy?
i want to add four photoresistors at the side of the robot to prevent it from going out when it push the opponent out from the battle ring and when opponent want to push it out of the battle ring, what should i add?
Again, this is not necessary. With the Stampy algorithm, your robot will only drive towards the opposing robot, not over the table. The table does not end between your robot and the other robot, therefore it will never go over the table.
do you have any schematic circuit, i do not want the graphical circuit, http://www.societyofrobots.com/step_by_step_robot_step3B.shtml
can i connect a normal motor to this board? where should i plug in?