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Line Follower

07/18/2010 3:52 AM

ARENA SPECIFICATION:

1. Width of the line will be 5cm each. The distance between the two lines will be25cm.

2. The wall will be white in colour with a height of 15cm. The distance betweentwo walls will be 30cm.

3. Width of the checkpoint will be 3cm.

4. There will not be any 90̊ turns in the arena

BOT SPECIFICATION:

1. Dimensions of the participant bot should remain 20cm x 20cm at all instants oftime. There are no restrictions on height and weight.

2. No external power supply should be used. Only DC power supply is permittedand the voltage between any two points should not exceed 12V, at all instantsof time.

3. Readymade micro-controller boards and lego kits are not allowed. However,PCB's can be used, provided that you bring schematic files.

4. Readymade sensor modules for line following and obstacle detection can beused.

this is the problem statement ..can you help me with the schematic of the bot..

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Re: Line Follower

07/18/2010 12:12 PM

Oh, sure. You want the complete bill of materials, too? How about the circuit board, can you do that yourself or would you like me to supply that, too? While I'm at it, I might as well give you the software. I've spent a couple of hundred hours de-bugging it, so that could save you some time.

Maybe I could bake you some cookies, too. What kind do you like?

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Re: Line Follower

07/18/2010 1:09 PM

I'll go along with Guest #2. You lazy little snot. Do your own work.

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Re: Line Follower

07/18/2010 1:27 PM

I AM NEW TO DOING PROJECTS..ATLEAST GIVE ME A GIST ON HOW TO START

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Re: Line Follower

07/18/2010 1:37 PM

Google "Robot forums"

You can't be that ignorant, too.

Robot Forums The Ultimate Destination For Robot Knowledge!

Damn, you people are either lazy or ignorant, which is it?

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07/18/2010 2:25 PM

I have never built a robotic device, but I know what you would need to make it work, but I'm not telling.

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