Line Follower for Robots
The Line Follower attaches to your Raspberry Pi Robots and enables you to program it to follow a line. Program your GoPiGo to serve a drink across a room, and learn the basics of how automated warehouse or self-driving cars work!
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The Line Follower attaches to your GoPiGo robot car or your BrickPi robot and enables you to program it to follow a line. Program your GoPiGo to serve a drink across a room, and learn the basics of how automated warehouse or self-driving cars work!
Line Follower V2 (black board)
(1) sensor cable
(2) hex spacer posts
Line Follower V1 (red board)
(2) hex spacers
(1) sensor cable
(2) round acrylic spacers
(1) acrylic sensor protector
(2) long bolts
(2) short bolts
- Assemble, Calibrate and Program the Line Follower V2 (black board)
- Assemble the Line Follower V1 (red board)
- Program the Line Follower V1 (red board)
Essential to any robot learning kit is a line follower! We are introducing this sensor for the Raspberry Pi. The sensor is an easy way to direct your robot around the floor of a classroom, your kitchen, or your office. Just lay down some tape and start the line following program! The sensor can detect black lines on a light background, or white lines on a dark background. The Raspberry Pi Line tracker uses five line trackers, with the middle sensor aligned directly above the line, to give you precise and quick control of the robot. The line tracker allows you to build a robot to follow a path that is pre-marked with tape, paint, or a marker, and allows you to control the robot indirectly while it is moving autonomously. The line tracker turns the robot into an autonomously navigating machine that follows a line-marked path.
|Dimensions||4 × 6 × .25 in|
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