I have revamped the control system of this 20-year-old 5DOF articulated robotic arm with TP controls and programming interface integrated.
What do you get when you put together some wind chimes, a bunch of solenoids, a myRIO and a block of dry ice? Some very cool music!
Graphical Systems Design approach to controlling the Renaissance Robotics eduMIP with LabVIEW
The goal for this project is to control the position of a ball on a beam that is actuated by a motor while using 5 LED lights as indicator.
Imagine a 'foosball table' that autonomously calculates LIVE match statistics, such as goal scores, ball possession, successful passes, shot
Application notes for Pmod OD1 and Arduino Uno. In this app, the motor will be programmed to accelerate & decelerate at specific intervals.
This project involved using an accelerometer chip and an Orange Pi to wirelessly control a small car.
This is a robot car design based on myRIO
Balancing two-wheel robot with an onboard camera. When different colors are seen, the robot executes different trajectories.
A robot with IR and UT sensors to wall follow is tailed by another robot using a USB camera with the help of two MyRios and TI C2000 chip.
Using a TI F28379D Launchpad and a plastic recorder we coded a robot to move. Using WiFi an ESP8266 sent the notes to LABView on a computer.
The balancing “Segbot” (mouse) receives commands wirelessly from LabView, to escape the deadly claws of the all-seeing robot cat.
Breanna Chan and Brenna Kelly's final project for ME 461
We built a line-following balancing robot that uses computer vision and IR sensors to follow a line and detect obstacles.
A tone-detecting, line-following, break-dancing robot car!
An autonomous robot that line follows and moves 'snowballs' in its path out of the way and then continues lane following. Mimics a snowplow.
This project uses a self balancing two-wheeled robot to navigate a user drawn path as well as dance using beat detection.
Sending a 2D line drawing to a robot to draw the line