As we start approaching our project’s halfway point, our groups are still working hard on tying loose ends on their given tasks. This mostly includes debugging of code/hardware, and just as we have been since day 1, we approach the creation of Emma
So I would figure that the biggest update we have is that our mechanical system is coming aliiiiivee!
Continue reading Emma5, March3(rd)
This entry will be relatively short and vague.
Since last week’s order form for parts did not go through, the group could not make any physical progress on the construction of Emma5; however, groups did work on their proposals for this semester. Continue reading Emma5: Working on Goals
Emma5 Project is back! Much of today was recapping where we left off last semester and forming the groups for the 5 current subsystems. For those who don’t know, Emma5 is a robot project which is being held at M5. We plan on having a wheelchair being powered by two car batteries, being moved by two DC motors, being controlled by a car computer which is being controlled by a headquarter PC (a.k.a. Houston). Houston and Emma’s brain (a car computer ) is connected to Houston via a Wireless link, and the students involved in this project are working on getting this wheelchair up and running ASAP.