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Added Wireless and a case. Ver: 0.2

A project log for 360 Degree LIDAR-Lite Scanner

I took two LIDAR-Lite laser range finders and mounted them atop a 3D printed, 360 degree continuously rotating frame, to scan any area.

Jason WoodJason Wood 01/27/2015 at 16:061 Comment

3D printed a full case to hold all the hardware required to run the scanner. It is now using a nRF24L01 to wirelessly transmit its data to a base station. The base station is simply a Netduino 2 with a second nRF24L01 transceiver and a serial to USB connection.

Here is a scan of the IT area at my office using this setup. I have it perched rather high in the room so I can get just the bounding area.



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Chachmar wrote 02/08/2015 at 23:22 point

How do you get the initial angle from the stepper motor. Are you using an encoder or rotation sensing device

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