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Beacon Locating Robot - Powered by Arduino and IR Transceiver

Posted by Paul on 21 December 2009

This beacon-chasing robot by Christopher Hazlett was built with our IR Beacon, an RP5 Tracked Chassis, and an Arduino.

23 Oct 2018 edit: You can find a video of it driving here and a GitHub page here.

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Hi! The link in this article about the project is inaccessible. Do you have another link I can look on? Thanks.
Hi.

Thank you for pointing that out. We took out the bad link and replaced it with links to video of the robot on YouTube and code for the robot on GitHub.

You might try to reach out to the maker of the robot on their YouTube channel if you have any questions.

-Dan

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