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Building a self balancing bot [Project]
posted November 22 2013 12:34.12 by spic0m




Bajdi showcasing his self balancing robot project.
A chassis made from a sheet of polystyrene, 60mm wheels, a homemade break out board for an ATmega328 and some code for the PID algorithm among with lots of trial and error concluded to a nice result.



[Link: Bajdi electronics]
 
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