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I need to map the area using ir sensors mounted on a robot. The robot navigates in the area and makes a map of the area indicating locations of obstacles. the area comes out to be like a grid with the obstacles marked as 'x' on the grid.but this link contains an algorithm for travelling once the map is made..my aim is to create a map. and determine where the obstacles are.
so could he use the $50 robot with sharp Ir upgrade and just put in a new algorithm as easy as that or are there complications
What kind of accuracy do encoders and IR sensors produce?
the sharp ir does have a spread angle,
well admin, do i need to take a reading each 1 degree???
I was under the impression you wanted less than 2 degree accuracy from your previous posts
anyways about your code, would you shift the whole angles of your readings? the error should be only starting at specific angles, of what i understood you should only shift the angles of where the error started until the last reading,, this is a lil compicated to do isnt?