Build a PC controlled robot. While I suggest 40 days as a timetable, you can certainty complete in much less time. For the control station I used Python, if you have familiarity with Python you have already dropped twenty seven days from the project. For the Atmega328 I used the C programming language. If you are familiar with C and of course microchips you have another chunk of the proj...
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our belt. With the physical wiring and H-Bridge portions you complete your project. The book gives a jump start to the programming and electrical processes needed to build the robot. A good base of knowledge for the reader is provided, starting with basic concepts and expanding to a fully functioning wireless controlled robot. The progression of knowledge is provided in an organized manner to rapidly build on the concepts as introduced. See www.rymax.biz for additional information and a link to YouTube for a video of the robot in action. The reader will be walked through complex issues: serial communication, queuing, threading, file handling, GUI and many other features of Python. The complete source code is provided. In the C programming and electrical sections electronic diagrams are supplied as is the complete C source code. The reader is introduced to the C language and many of its features including, serial communication, pulse width modulation (PWM), arrays, bit manipulation and looping to name a few.I have tried to give the reader a strong base on which to build their robot and hopefully the skills needed to take that robot to higher levels. I hope you enjoy.