Controlling a robotic arm to pick up and drop objects is difficult enough, without IoT it would be near impossible to do this remotely.
Project showcase by Madhu Govindarajan and Siddharth Salunkhe
The Arduino Engineering Kit's rover just got cooler. It can be controlled like an RC car using your Android phone.
Project showcase by Team metrowest_aug
Machine learning does not have to be complicated models that cannot be deployed to MCUs, it could be a model-free learning algorithm.
This is a Simulink model to control a robotic arm using gestures that are captured using Kinect; robotic arm developed using servo motors.
Project showcase by Avinash Baranitharan and Karthikeyan
This project uses Simulink and Stateflow to create an Arduino-based oscillating fan.
Project tutorial by DanDoherty
This project uses Simulink to make an Arduino based blower fan that levitates a ping pong ball at a specified height.
@Rinchen - think of the state flow chart as an attempt to tie back to the 6 steps at the top of the article. Steps 2 and 3 happens inside PickAction and this means that you have to use the sPrimeInd from previous time step to get the new action. Then Steps 4 - 6 happen inside Update state where you update everything for this time step and then use that information in the next time step in PickAction state.
It runs on an Arduino Due, but I think you can get it to run on Arduino MEGA 2560 as well.
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