The project uses an electrically controllable adhesion technology known as electroadhesion to enable robots to climb with speeds of up to 1 body length per second.
A robot that is capable of following a track at a maximum speed is created in this project wherein the brain of the robot is comprised by an Atmel AT90S4433.
The robot utilizes Futaba S-148 servo motors to build a differential drive system that will be used to design the line following robot.
A Basic Stamp II with a motherboard is used as the brain of this R2TAUPOP robot where two modified drive servos are utilized for operating up to 360 degrees.
Building a light detector for ARobot is the goal of this application which can be used for light following and to tell whether the robot is inside or out or when the light is ON or OFF.
This robot is capable of drawing power from the little solar panel on top as the clocks were modified to function as motors in order to run faster than normal.
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