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My last project is to create a HumBot, a robot hummer (model) car which can find its own way through a obstacle track.
Ok, I get it. I'm not familiar with the 50$ robot yet, I was just reading the tutorial...Yes, the HummBot will use a DC motor for propulsion and a servo for steering, both controlled by an Arduino board.I plan to control the DC motor via an H-bridge.Btw. this is the most active robotic forum I've ever visited. It's great to see all the fast responses and comments. Excellent!
Be sure to mention SoR on your blog if we happen to help you Wink
If you feel confident enough (I've seen on your blog that this is not your first robot) you should start with your humbot right away.Using H-bridges and DC motors instead of servo's isn't THAT hard. And using the Arduino board is a great experience.