This IR remote control interface project is designed for the Hero Robot as it incorporates the use of PIC16F688 microcontroller along with the BASIC Stamp II.
The project showcases the construction and design of interactive robots in a one-month long open studio exhibit known as NICEBOTS.
The possibility of assembling an intelligent PC-based mobile robot suitable for home or office environments is featured in this project by engineering modular software and electronic components.
The project aims to control the temperature of a soldering hotplate by using a proportional integral controller (PID) while refrigerating the solder paste to maintain its shelf life.
Featured in this project is the control of a stepper motor with its speed, direction, and step size by sending some signals through the parallel port.
The main circuit of the church bell controller has a system that is built around an ATmega32 microcontroller and a 24LC32 EEPROM.
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