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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616

Self Guided Adhvik Humanoid Robot

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Aditya Mishra, Ashutosh Shrivastav, Neha Maurya, S. Vamshi Krishna



Index Terms: cheapest bipedal motion, image processing, object detection, path finding, servomechanism, walking pattern, wireless module.



Abstract: This paper describes the walking pattern of our humanoid robot namely Adhvik. The robot possesses the characteristic of cheapest bipedal motion and is primarily used for object detection and path finding. For this purpose we are using four servo motors operating on the principle of servomechanism which are controlled by an Arduino development board comprising of Atemga8 microcontroller of Atmel series. The supplementary MATLAB software is used for image processing of the red coloured object dividing it into frames using a camera mounted on its head. The humanoid is controlled by a computer through wireless module CC2500. The software controls the real time walking of the robot.



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