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24. Robot Car

Neil Cameron1 
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Edinburgh, UK
 

../images/471900_1_En_24_Chapter/471900_1_En_24_Figa_HTML.jpgBuilding a robot car combines devices outlined in several chapters, with DC motors in Chapter 23, a servo motor in Chapter 8, an ultrasonic distance sensor in Chapter 3, an OLED display in Chapter 13, and an RGB LED in Chapter 14. The obstacle-avoiding robot car detects the distance to surrounding objects in front of the robot car, and if the distance is below a threshold, the robot car stops and scans left and right to determine the direction away from the nearest obstacle. An RGB LED indicates the direction of ...

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