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I like robots. And trains.
  • How to Make a Remote Controlled Robotic Hand With Arduino

    Very nice work, but why did you make only 2 pieces for the thumb? The real opposition functon comes from the first metacarpus of the thumb

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  • JakabF commented on Gabry295's instructable Head Mouse With MPU6050 and Arduino Micro1 year ago
    Head Mouse With MPU6050 and Arduino Micro

    It's not my project, I only made a copy of that :)My robot looks not even close to CesNieto's orignal build, as you can see on this video I made prior to the accelerometer upgrade:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPbY-wy9AqA&feature=youtu.be

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  • JakabF commented on Gabry295's instructable Head Mouse With MPU6050 and Arduino Micro1 year ago
    Head Mouse With MPU6050 and Arduino Micro

    Very good! I used this accelerometer with your code for a vacuum robot to avoid getting stuck. it is was very helpful! (and I was very surprised it worked for me :D )Here's that project:https://www.instructables.com/id/Build-Your-Own-Vacuum-Robot/

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  • JakabF commented on CesNieto's instructable DIY Vacuum Robot 1 year ago
    DIY Vacuum Robot

    Thank you for your help!I posted the question to the arduino forum as well, they replied something with the loop() things also.https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=521143.0The accelerometer arrived, and I managed to integrate it into the robot, so now it detects if the robot is stuck, but the sensors are not giving any signal about this.The accelerometer I am using is called 6DOF MPU-6050 3 Axis Gyro With Accelerometer Sensor Module For Arduino (https://www.banggood.com/6DOF-MPU-6050-3-Axis-Gyro-With-Accelerometer-Sensor-Module-For-Arduino-p-80862.html?rmmds=myorder&cur_warehouse=UK).I used a code from an other project to integrate the accelerometer. That project is for a head mouse that clicks if the cursor stays inside a 10*10 pixel square for 2 seconds. I raised this value t...

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    Thank you for your help!I posted the question to the arduino forum as well, they replied something with the loop() things also.https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=521143.0The accelerometer arrived, and I managed to integrate it into the robot, so now it detects if the robot is stuck, but the sensors are not giving any signal about this.The accelerometer I am using is called 6DOF MPU-6050 3 Axis Gyro With Accelerometer Sensor Module For Arduino (https://www.banggood.com/6DOF-MPU-6050-3-Axis-Gyro-With-Accelerometer-Sensor-Module-For-Arduino-p-80862.html?rmmds=myorder&cur_warehouse=UK).I used a code from an other project to integrate the accelerometer. That project is for a head mouse that clicks if the cursor stays inside a 10*10 pixel square for 2 seconds. I raised this value to 20*20 pixels, but maybe it was not a good idea, since I get a good amount of false positive readings from the accelerometer, while the robot is moving straight ahead. I replaced the click to an order to a desired movement.Here’s that project (also awsome): https://www.instructables.com/id/Head-Mouse-With-MPU6050-and-Arduino-Micro/Here’s the code I am currently using. It still needs some adjustments because of the false positive readings from the accelerometer, and for a yet unknown reason my left side bumper does not work (might be even contact issues because I don’t see anything in the serial terminal from that one.https://pastebin.com/V8hZKMEDThe new part of the code is at the bottom.Maybe my battery died recently as well, I don’t know why, but I’ll try to figure it out.So again: thanks for the project, it’s awesome!Go forward(∞);

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  • JakabF made the instructable DIY Vacuum Robot 1 year ago