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Very basic and Simple Line Following Robot Without a Microcontroller [Project]
posted November 3 2014 17:43.57 by Giorgos Lazaridis




As I've already stated, I'm not a great fan of microcontroller. Most of my projects have one, but still... This project proves that sometimes its simpler and more elegant to avoid the use of a microcontroller. A couple of IR transceiver pairs and two OP-Amps are enough to make this nice line follower robot and understand the principle of operation. Good job!



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