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Creating an Obstacle Sensor for Robotic Tasks

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This research project documents the construction of a laser barrier as an object sensor for easy implementation in generic pick-and place robotic procedures
The main goal is to design an inexpensive plug-and-play object sensor for generic gripping and placing robots. The aim is that after reading this paper everyone can build this sensor on a laser barrier. The focus of this work is the communication between an Arduino and a computer.

One possible area of application is the 20.000 BLOCKS project, where our robot Ginger — a UR10 robot arm — recreates buildings designed by Minecraft players as models.

 

Arduino Wiring Diagram

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The project took place in SoSe 2017 and is part of the master students research course at DDU.

 

Student:

MAX SCHAUFELBERGER

 

Supervisor:

ANTON SAVOV

ALEXANDER STEFAS

 

 

Max_Robot-Obstacle-Sensor Cover For more information check out the booklet

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