L.I.R.P. (Light Indicated Robotic Platform)

built by Jeff Clayton

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Target Environment Locomotion Method
Indoors 3 Wheels
Sensors / Input Devices Actuators / Output Devices
IR range finders
IR proximity detectors
bumper switches
LEDs for servo & sensor status
Steering servo
Control Method Power Source
Autonomous Battery
CPU Type Operating System
PIC Microcontroller None
Programming Lanuage Weight
Assembly N/A
Time to build Cost to build
N/A N/A
URL for more information
N/A
Comments
L.I.R.P. is a robot that uses LED's to indicate operations. It uses two IR rangers, IR proximity detectors, and 2 bumper sensors. each sensor has related LED's. Right and left proximity LED's show you when something is seen to the right or the left. servo LED's indicating servo direction. 5 LED's that show the IR rangers output while following a wall. Each of the 5 LED's show what "range" the wall is in. each bumper has its own LED's that show when it has touched something. It also has a 10 LED bar graph to show light levels. This is a very fun robot to watch and I am at the current limit of the OOPIC controllers voltage regulator. I have used every I/O line on the oopic. this robot uses alot of the power the oopic has. this is my third robot and I think its turned out pretty good. Jeff Clayton Email: robotics80@hotmail.com

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