A student studying Electrical Engineering. Vice-President of one of my college's robotics clubs. Computer salvager/hoarder.
This user joined on 06/05/2015.
No, not autonomous sensory meridian response! AMSR stands for Autonomous Maze Solving Robot. It uses an ultrasonic sensor to detect and avoid obstacles. My goal is to drop it into a maze and have it find its way out autonomously.
This was my second attempt at creating a robot arm. This time, I decided to use servos to have greater control over the arm's movements. The robot's body is made with foam core. It is currently controlled by a serial interface.
This started out as a pneumatic arm built for a high-school project. Flash forward a few years and it's turned into, well, whatever this is. (It's always looked this hideous, though.)
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