built by Jose Ignacio Nuñez Varela

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Target Environment Locomotion Method
Indoors 4 Wheels
Sensors / Input Devices Actuators / Output Devices
IR sensors DC drive motors
Control Method Power Source
Autonomous Battery
CPU Type Operating System
BASIC Stamp None
Programming Lanuage Weight
Time to build Cost to build
one month about $200
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Its name is Bubble, and gained the Third Place in the Sixth National Aid of MiniRobótica celebrated in the city of Querétaro, Qro., Mexico, in the past month of May, the category of Robot Localizer. The ojetivo is to construct a robot able to cross a track in search of a goal indicated by means of infrared rays, avoiding a series of placed cylindrical obstacles randomly in the way. The mechanical part consists of two motors of direct current, with its train of gears. The electronic part consists of a BASIC infrared Stamp II, sensors for the detection of obstacles and a bridge H for the motors. The time of construction was of a month. And it cost to us mainly around 200 dollars by the BASIC Stamp. For greater information, photos and videos of the robot, visit the page:

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