Made a video of my indoor robot, reading and reacting to different sings using Raspberry Pi, camera and OpenCV. The Raspberry Pi sends data about which sign it is detecting using serial, then the Arduino controlling the robot reacts and performs different pre-programmed manoeuvres.
Made a new video of my mini balancing robot. I am now using TMC2100 stepper motor drivers, which makes the robot very silent and also steadier. I have also returned the PID values and increased the loop speed slightly in the software. A new version of the code is available on the Mini balancing robot page.
This is my attempt at building a really good obstacle avoidance robot. The robot is built to drive around a normal indoor environment without getting stuck on stuff. The robot uses an Arduino Maga 2560 and several sonar sensors to detect obstacles.
This robot also has a Raspberry Pi and camera module, that will be used for computer vision experiments in the future.
I made a simple DIY clock based on Arduino. It uses a RCT module with battery backup, and a serial 7-segment LED display. More information including code, schematic and STL file download are available here: Arduino clock page
I have created a small and simple balancing robot. It uses a single Arduino, an MPU-6050 and stepper motors. All the design files, code and schematic are available for download. Read more here: Mini balancing robot page
I have created a zip-folder with all the files for my DIY 3D printer. It includes the original SketchUp file, all the exported STL-files ready for printing, and the Marlin RC8 firmware configuration files. You can download it on the 3D printer page: Here
I have built an obstacle avoidance robot I built to test a few ideas I had and learn more about what it takes to make robot robot that can navigate around an indoor environment without getting stuck on things. I will also use this robot to experiment with line following and maybe line-maze solving in the future.