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how is it object avoiding if it crashes into stuff?ThanksJoe
how is it object avoiding if it crashes into stuff?
Hey!!! That's not a book...It an AVR dev. kit!!! I can tell it's an STK500!!!
YES!!! the second version is way better than the first robot even if it is a bit slow. like the way the IR rangefinder moves
cool. now you've done remote control, why not try building a programmed robot instead of remote control
yes, but remote control teaches you nothing about MCUs. building a programmed robot does.
but the remote receiver is just a box with plug-in sockets so it isn't teaching you anything other that to plug servos and stuff
its not a normal hacked remote. Its built with the radio modules from sparkfun. They communicate just like a serial port on a computer does, (rx/tx).The reciever module plugs into the rx/tx on the microcontroller. from there the controller on the bot looks at whats recieved on the serial communication register and carries out command based on that reading.