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Meet the nBot
posted June 29 2010 17:12.57




shynet and his friend made the nBot as a school project. The nBot is a moving robot that shoots a laser - the laser hits the opponent team laser detecting sensor (which is a small system attached to an Light Dependent Resistor - LDR). On each hit the opponent robot sends a hit signal to the main server, then the main server calculates the remaining life points of that robot by taking the attacking robot weapon damage.
For a school project the result is amazing and we wouldn't mind having a battle or two ourselves, but that's not all, the recent addition to the project is control via a Nokia phone using its accelerometer.
For more info you can check here and here and a video demonstarting the accelerometer control can be found here.

[Link: byshynet]
Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   robot   diy   laser   rc servo   computer peripheral hacks   cell phone hacks   remote control (RC)   microcontroller   accelerometer   
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