Simple road lane detection on Raspberry Pi 3 using OpenCV and Python. Frame rates obtained up to 17 FPS.
Project tutorial by abhinav
LIDAR stands for Light Detection and Ranging. LIDAR is used for many applications including 3D scanning, mapping, laser guidance, etc.
The Arduino input voltages can be easily monitored by using a standalone Windows application without Arduino IDE or the serial monitor.
Learn how to control a display driven by an LC75829 General Purpose LCD driver.
If you do not struggle solving 'Towers of Hanoi' just build your own Arduino-powered 3-axis-robot.
@thoughtfullad one simple thing u can do is mount a 45Degree tilted mirror on the rotating mechanism and fix the sensor on a stationary position
@thoughtfullad Of course you can make the same thing with a normal DC motor. But there are two problems first one is the frequency of reading operation (VL53L0x has 10Hz) which means it can give an output of 10 readings within 1 sec. the second problem is you need an additional encoder to read the angular position of the sensor. You might have to write the interrupt function for the encoder. sometimes calling interrupt functions can interrupt I2C communications to the sensor. Safety scanner makers like SICK, OMRON, Allen Bradley* Uses brushless motors for the rotating mechanism.
This is not a completed project. There was another pi module for live video streaming to a powerful laptop for image recognition and lidar navigation(one of my previous project) .so dynamically linking all the process was difficult for me. That's why I controlled the motor with Arduino
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