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Published on Dec 16, 2007
My student, Omar Mustardo, has turned his Mouse robot into a line-follower. After adding a couple of Robodyssey's infrared proximity sensors to the Mouse, Omar programmed his robot to follow a black line. (Each IR proximity sensor is made up of two IR LEDs and an IR transistor. The emitted infrared light will be absorbed by the black line and reflected off the white table.)
Robodyssey Systems manufactures the Mouse robot and RAMB II motherboard you see here. The robot's brain is NetMedia's BX-24 microcontroller, which is programmed using the BasicX language. I am the author of the world's only BasicX textbook; if you are interested in learning how to program your own robot, see my website at www.basicxandrobotics.com.