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Meet SEGFAULT: the 2-wheels self-balancing vehicle
posted December 13 2010 5:35.43 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Charles made the SEGFAULT, a Segway type vehicle. His goal was to make a ridable self-balancing 2-wheeled vehicle, whose controller is implemented in continuous-time using “linear time invariant” components and operational amplifiers. Using an accelerometer, a gyroscope and no software at all, he finally managed to build it. He wrote also an interesting article regarding the balancing filter he used.



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Tags: electronic project   physics   accelerometer   research   sensors   
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