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Author: Kilinich

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Filesize: 20.42 kB

Date added: 2018-02-18

Rating: 6.1

Downloads: 1492

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Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0

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Arduino robot car maze solving demo.
Testing of algorithms...
Last edited at 2018/02/18 21:59:26 by Kilinich
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Nicely done.:tup:
Arduino? Really? :huh: :lol:

Your little maze solving car seems to get the job done but it's a little unstable. You might be able to smooth out the oscillations by implementing P.I.D. compensation (maybe it just needs I and D). It would take me too long to do it because I'm not as smart as you are, and so I will leave it to you if you think it would be worthwhile.

I agree with s_noonan (even with the oscillations). Nicely done. :tup:
Xray is right, but I guess what's needed is PD, actually using angle as P and angVel as D.

But it's nice, i like how simple it is :tup: