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Wall-e: Jack R and Jacob M

Page history last edited by Madeleine 6 years, 10 months ago

Project Summary:The Wall-E project was inspired by a link here --->http://www.ez-robot.com/Robots/The-Real-Wall-E. Wall-E consists of a Ez-Robot kit here --->http://www.ez-robot.com/Shop/ and the Wall-E here --->  http://www.amazon.com/Disney-Pixars-Wall-E-U-Command-Control/dp/B0016N2E1I. The project took us a little over 6 weeks to complete only working on Tuesdays, Wednesday ,and Thursday.

 

Step 1: Gutting Wall-E

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Step 2: Wall-E gets an upgrade

After Wall-E had been gutting the next step has to replace in old servos with controllable and accurate servos. Wall-E Now after being gutted he now has movable arms, head, neck, and now can be controlled from iPhone and Computer. 

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Step 3: Wall-E can show us what he can see.

Wall-E is given a camera eye and that is then shown on the computer screen.

 

 

Picture of software to be added

Step 4- Wall-E can move

Wall-E first will be controlled with the computer than can be controlled with a phone or iPhone Using the Ez Robot software here --->http://www.ez-robot.com/EZ-Builder/

Step 7: Wall-E is Completed and Play Time

Wall-E can now be controlled fully by the computer. 

All thanks go to DJ Sures at ez-robots here --->

http://www.ez-robot.com/Robots/The-Real-Wall-E

and link to some of the pictures ---> http://www.instructables.com/id/Build-an-autonomous-Wall-E-Robot/ 

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