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September 28, 2010

PIC18F452 based Rover Robot called GUI Bot

at 5:01 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

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Rustic Engineering has some good posts about the GUI Bot build, it’s a robot that is based on the PIC18F452 microcontroller. The robot looks great with two large drive wheels and one coaster wheel under the front. You can also find a large writeup of the project over at Lets Make Robots.

“Feature List

  • Move, turn and gyro with speed and agility;
  • Speed up and Stop when you need;
  • Generates little sounds/alerts (and some music too, like a old cell phone);
  • Detects and follow a black line over white plane;
  • Easy programs changes, via USB/Serial adapter connection and a bootloader on the microcontroller;”


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One Response to “PIC18F452 based Rover Robot called GUI Bot”

  1. Technofied Technology Blog Says:

    From this simple robot we can generate more complex forms. GUI v1 can be a generic platform or template for other aspiring robot makers who wish to build feature specific robots. The creator of this is a genius.

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