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Walking Robot

Curm

 
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Overview

CURM stands for convention for unconventional robotic movement. The premise of the showcase/competition was to create a robot that moves in a unique way. The only rule of the competition was not to use wheels or tank treads. The competition was occurred during the spring 2017 semester.

 

Design

We wanted to mimic the movement and look of the AT-AT walker from Star Wars. To achieve this we used 8 servos motors in conjunction with custom 3D printed parts. We used an Arduino mega 2560 to program and control the servos and used an IR sensor to remotely communicate commands to the robots.

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Meet The Team

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Keeshan Patel

Electrical/Computer Engineering Student

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Aditya Tyagi

Electrical/Computer Engineering Student

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Shaurya Gupta

Aerospace Engineering Student