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All Right: A Right-turning Maze-solving Robot

Posted 30 Sep 2008 at 20:23 UTC by steve Share This

Like the North-Going-Zax, David Cook's All Right robot has a very single-minded approach to navigation. While the robot can turn left when it wants to, it solves line-following mazes by making right turns whenever possible. David has posted a new article at his Robot Room describing All Right in detail with plenty of photos and video of the robot. All Right is powered by LiPoly batteries and an assortment of sensors including 9 photo detectors for floor sensing and line following, 4 more photo detectors used as quadrature encoders, a battery voltage sensor and an assortment of pushbuttons.

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