In previous posts I’ve shown you the micromouse maze that I’m building, as well as the micromouse robot. Today I’m going to show you the maze solving code I’m using to find the center of a maze. Here’s a preview.
Encoders give a micromouse the power to measure the distance it travels so that it can build a mental map of a maze. Read on to see how I measure the movement of the wheels to calculate turns and forward movements.
In my previous post I connected four analog distance sensors to my Arduino Due and fed the sensor data to Processing, which displayed a graph of the results. In this post I’m attaching continuous servos and hooking these pieces together to get object avoidance.