Summary of The Braitenberg Vehicles

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This video shows how to create different types of robots using a single sensor and motor. The first type of robot is afraid of bright light, while the second type is aggressive towards it. The video also demonstrates how to create a cross-blind robot that drives towards the light but eventually slows down.

  • 00:00:00 This video demonstrates how to build a simple, yet complex, Rube Goldberg machine. The example shown is of a vehicle that moves forward when it detects light, and slows down when it's in the shade. The vehicle is controlled with a single sensor and a single motor.
  • 00:05:00 The Braitenberg Vehicles is a new Arduino sketch that will start you off with two functions, set up and loop. The setup function will run once when you turn the vehicle on, and the loop function will continuously be called. This code will read a light sensor and assign a motor speed value to the motor using the motors function. Finally, you can upload this sketch to your vehicle and see how it behaves.
  • 00:10:00 In this video, Brayton Berg demonstrates how to create two different types of robots--one that is afraid of bright light and one that is aggressive towards bright light. The video also shows how to create a cross-blind robot that initially drives towards the light but eventually slows down and enjoys the company of the light.

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