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Lego Mindstorms. Team Jams: James, Alex, Michael, Sam and Carl. Structure of Presentation. Outline of tasks Introduction of team members Sensors & Actuators Initial Ideas Testing Development & Adaptation. Tasks. Cans need to be removed from an arena

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Lego mindstorms

Lego Mindstorms

Team Jams:

James, Alex, Michael, Sam and Carl


Structure of presentation

Structure of Presentation

  • Outline of tasks

  • Introduction of team members

  • Sensors & Actuators

  • Initial Ideas

  • Testing

  • Development & Adaptation


Tasks

Tasks

  • Cans need to be removed from an arena

  • Cans need to be removed from an arena whilst navigating around obstacles

  • Hunt a prey robot and avoid a predator robot


Team roles

Alex-Structure and design testing

James-Programming and Sensors

Michael-Programming and Testing

Sam-Design and Construction

Team Roles


Sensors and actuators

Sensors and Actuators

  • 1x Touch Sensor (bumper)

  • 1x Light Sensor (boundary detection)

  • 2x Motors (movement)


Initial ideas

Initial Ideas

  • Front & rear bumper

  • Light sensor to detect can

  • 6 wheels connected with gears

  • Slow but high torque & traction


Testing

Testing

  • Tested boundary awareness

  • Sensitivity of bumper to differentiate between cans/obstacles/robots

  • Gearing & sizes of wheels

  • Field of view of IR emitter/receiver


Development

Development

  • Blocked off IR receiver to limit FoV

  • Front bumper for objects & cans

  • Vertical light sensor to detect boundary

  • 4 wheels connected with gears

  • Small and compact chassis


Program

Program

  • All objectives in one small program

  • Initial setup

  • Sensor readings & logical comparisons

  • Variable display


Evidence

Evidence


Evaluation

Evaluation

  • The project has gone well overall

  • The objectives were completed

  • Some small problems occurred during development

  • Our ideas were on the whole fairly good ones

  • We tried to use simple solutions where possible


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