This robot will mow the grass of your garden, staying within a defined area, avoiding all obstacles and working in complete autonomy, automatically charging itself with a solar panel. In this post we present a robotic lawn mower, powered with solar energy and able to operate just with the clean energy from the sun; this one is a great difference from the commercial projects having a robot in need of a charging station connected to the electrical grid. When designing a lawn mower powered by solar energy, it is essential that most of the energy comes from the sun, and of course the ultimate result would be obtained if solar energy were enough to completely power up the robot: this one is however an objective that will be very difficult to obtain, given the low efficiency of existing solar panels. In our project the whole surface of the robot is destined to solar panels, acting also as a cover: only the sides have been left free, and anyway they wouldn't play a [...]
First of all, this is NOT using the gameduino shield. I did not know that was a thing when I built this. This is simply an arduino uno, a makeshift button from duct tape, a breadboard, some wires, and aluminum foil, an analog stick, a seeedstudio tft touchscreen version 2, and lots and lots of time in software.
It's software is a bit slow, but it works, and it loads multiple games from different SD cards. So far there are two, one that uses the touchscreen - a form of Guess the Number, and one that shows off the button use - the classic, Pong.
In the description there is a link to my website with the main code, the code for the two games, and information on how to make games. If you enjoy it, you can try to make it yourself, and make games for it yourself.
I am currently working on improving speed and am going to make an RPG. This is my first project, and I hope you like it.
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