Autonomous

DominoBotNXT w/MotorMux

This page is dedicated to the further enhancements that I have done to DominoBotNXT. For more info on the original DominoBotNXT, have a look here. One of the drawbacks of the original was that due to the 3 motor limit, it had to backup to properly place dominos. This was because the domino-placing component was tied directly to the drive wheels. So, as it drove forward, a domino would make its way to being...
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TiltBot

Sept. 06: Pete @ Techno-Stuff has just sent me another new sensor from Techno-Stuff. This time it’s a Accelleration / Tilt sensor. Instead of going into great detail on how it works, I will quote from his site: “ The Accel Sensor lets your robot measure it’s acceleration. The sensor can also be used to measure tilt. This is a two channel device that lets you measure acceleration or tilt along two perpendicular axis....
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DominoBot

It had been a few months since I built my last robot (Climber). During the early summer of 2002, I received an email from Syngress. They had indicated that they were going to create a series of “10 Cool Lego Mindstorms Robots….” books, and invited me to produce a model for one of them. For some time I had the idea of building a robot that could mimic the activity of laying down dominos...
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