Labyrinth

Top Shell
Top Shell
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Top Shell - Sanded Smooth
Top Shell - Sanded Smooth
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Shell Inside BackView
Shell Inside BackView
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Soldered Perf Board Circuit
Soldered Perf Board Circuit
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Disassembled Labyrinth Components
Disassembled Labyrinth Components
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Semi-Assembled Robot
Semi-Assembled Robot
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View of the UnderBelly
View of the UnderBelly
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Labyrinth Total Assembly
Labyrinth Total Assembly
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Bloom
Bloom

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Tranquil forest
Tranquil forest

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               Labyrinth is a mobile robot designed to move through any maze via remote control. The enclosure is made with a combination of 3D printed ABS and laser cut acrylic. This robot has proved to move very fast with its two 30:1 high-powered Pololu micromotors. The small cylindrical indent in the top surface allows for easy transportation of small objects like a golf ball or pet hamster. 

                      Although this project is relatively complete (needs a good paint job), the goal in the near future is to add autonomous capabilities using the six infrared LEDs and phototransitors that station at the front and sides of the robot. The combination of these two components will be used to track and check for surrounding walls and rotate depending on the combination of inputs.

Collaborator: Alfredo Muniz

Labyrinth
Labyrinth

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Labyrinth

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