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Ready to make your robot react to its environment using sensors? This week, we are focusing on Infrared Sensors to solve a common challenge in robotics: line following and avoiding. Now is a good time to make sure your robot can move. If you haven't completed lesson #3, I recommend checking that out first before proceeding with this week's challenge.
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Build a Mobile Robot to Line Follow: Objectives & Materials
Each week I will provide you with the objectives (goals of the lesson) and any materials you will need to complete the project. I absolutely LOVE seeing what you guys are working on, so please don't forget to tag me (@learnrobotics) on Instagram and Facebook with any progress you've made!
Part 4 - Goals & Objectives
Learn about IR Sensors & how to wire them to the Arduino
Configure IR Sensors in Arduino
Setup IF Statements
Complete Robot Challenges (Line Following …
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