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December 13, 2008

Ball-E Color Following Robot – Cornell University ECE 5760 Advanced Microcontrollers Project

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The Cornell University ECE 5760 Advanced Microcontrollers Project fall 2008 results are up. This Ball-E colored ball following robot is just one of many cool projects. Cathy Chen and Matt Meister did a great job of documenting the project for us to enjoy! This year Bruce Land gave the students a Altera/Terasic DE2 FPGA development board to let their creative juices flow.

"Our project’s goal was to create an automomous robot that utilized a camera and tracked a orange ball in a mostly white/gray enivironemnt. Using this information, the robot’s neurons would control four motors to steer the robot toward the ball. We would then manually move the ball and BALL-E would chase it. "


 

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4 Responses to “Ball-E Color Following Robot – Cornell University ECE 5760 Advanced Microcontrollers Project”

  1. luk-san Says:

    fun for the older girl ?

  2. Spy Gadgets Says:

    Wow that’s a really cool robot, sweet!

  3. SCSU Engineering Microcontroller Digital Oscilloscope Project - Hacked Gadgets - DIY Tech Blog Says:

    […] This PIC microcontroller project is from a St. Cloud State University course. Jacob Scherer did a good job at making a multifunction system using a PIC chip, it can function as a digital oscilloscope, spectral analyzer, pulse generator and pulse width measurement, temperature sensor, and capacitor sensor! This project reminds me of the ones that are created in the Cornell ECE 5760 course. […]

  4. addanki.gayatri Says:

    very useful.

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