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Proposal Presentation EE 396 – Micromouse Spring 2008 Saturday, February 9, 2008 Donald Kim Lab - POST 214. Team Mighty Mouse. Mark Fujihara Team Leader, Hardware Designer Bryant Komo Hardware Designer David Ota Programmer. Project Overview.

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Proposal PresentationEE 396 – MicromouseSpring 2008Saturday, February 9, 2008Donald Kim Lab - POST 214

team mighty mouse
Team Mighty Mouse
  • Mark Fujihara
    • Team Leader, Hardware Designer
  • Bryant Komo
    • Hardware Designer
  • David Ota
    • Programmer
project overview
Project Overview

Build an autonomous robot mouse that can find the center of a 16 x 16 maze, then calculate the shortest/fastest

path to the center

and make

multiple runs.

our approach
Our Approach
  • Hardware
    • Side looking sensors
    • Unipolar/Bipolar stepper motors
    • Printed circuit board
  • Software
    • Flood Fill Algorithm
      • Solving Algorithm
      • Mapping Code
      • Sensing & Movement Code
potential problems
Potential Problems
  • Hardware
    • Etching the circuit board
    • Finding a balance between stability and weight for the chassis
  • Software
    • Mapping
    • Solving Algorithm
  • Other
    • Staying within budget
    • Staying on track and finishing on time
what we expect to learn
What we expect to learn…
  • How to work in a team
  • How to follow a budget
  • How to etch a circuit board
  • How to apply our knowledge and skills to a real life situation:
    • Programming (algorithms, mapping, movement)
    • Circuit building
    • Debugging circuits and programs
    • Learning from past mistakes doing Micromouse
team goals
Team Goals
  • Implement the side looking sensor technology
  • Build a mouse that can efficiently find the center of any maze
    • Follow the flood fill algorithm
    • Map the maze
    • Solve the maze
    • Make 45° turns
  • Bring a mouse to the mainland and win!
thank you

Thank you!

Any Questions??

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