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what is the h bridge used for and what is it anyway?
ummm robonoob , whats with all the smilies It kinda got me distracted from what you wrote
but i still want to know what is The "code" that everybody is talking about
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Well those work like this: There 2 bars perpendicular to each other that are turned by the ball as the ball moves. Each bar represents one Y axis and one X axis. These bars are connected to one disc each. This disc has either small holes around its outside edged or teeth around its outside edge. The IR is constantly emitting from an IR LED transmitter and picked up by the IR receiver. The teeth or holes intermittently block and allow the IR to reach the IR receiver. Using the frequency in which the IR beam can be seen and hidden from the receiver determines how fast the user moved the mouse and how far.
can i use these IR sensors and receivers in my robots?
Basically it shoots out a beam of infrared light from its IR transmitter and calculates how much time it took that IR to bounce back to the IR receiver and uses that to determine the distance of the object in front of it.
hey...this may be a reeaaalyy stupid question, but is the IR sensor the same that infrared?
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