Roverbot by Dan Bruton


Image: http://observe.phy.sfasu.edu/courses/phy262/VehicleProject/RoverBot.gif

Description:  When the robot hits something on the right side of the bumper, the right push button
is depressed. This makes the robot stop, back up, turn to the left, and continue moving forward. If
the robot collides with an object on the left side of the bumper, the left push button is hit. The
robot stops, backs up, turns to the right, and continues going forward. Because of the bumper, the
robot can maneuver around obstacles and keep moving without any human interference. 

Roverbot Website Email: astro@sfasu.edu


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