Robotics is one of the upcoming technology which finds its application in almost all the fields like health care, manufacturing, military, etc. To gain knowledge about this evergreen field is not an easy task. But it is also important to know about this technology. The best way to gain knowledge and hands-on experience in robotics is by building projects. In this article, you will get different robotics project ideas and also how to build those projects. So why to wait? Let’s dive into the topic
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Robotics is a branch of electronics wherein an electronic bot is controlled using a microcontroller board that is programmed on a software. In simpler words, robotics deals with a device that is programmed to run according to the predefined conditions. The challenge is to get it right every single time. And by that, what I mean is that the robot must always produce the desired outcome every time, even when the conditions presented to it are tweaked. And that my friends, is the real challenge.
While it may seem intimidating, designing a robot is definitely fulfilling and seeing it run perfectly is beyond satisfying. And hence, students looking to develop an engineering project must not overlook the possibility of a robotics project. Let me present you with 10 innovative such ideas to help you find your perfect project.
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1. Line Follower Robot
If this is your first-ever robotics project, then it has to be a line follower robot. Simple yet rewarding, this bot follows the black or the white line you have designed it to follow. Apart from the immense satisfaction to see your first ever bot to perfectly follow the line, it will also help you understand the basics of robotics and push you to go further and take up more such complex projects.
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2. Gesture Controlled Robots
If you do have prior experience in designing robots or even if you have the required know-how of the ICs, microcontrollers, sensors and programming languages, then Gesture controlled bots is an attractive project option. This robot employs an accelerometer and moves according to the hand gestures made. This robot will hence make you feel as if you are playing a game on a sophisticated PlayStation. Just imagine how awestruck your friends will be when they see YOU made this!
3. Maze Solver robot
We all have been inside the popularly called “Bhool Bhulaiya” or the “Maze” and have known the nervousness of getting lost and the surge of thrill on having made it out. So how would you like making a robot that guarantees to find its way out of the maze every time you let it in. The robot takes up every possible route and turns around on encountering a dead end. The challenge for it is to not enter an infinite loop and successfully find its way out. Are you up for it?
4. Edge Detection Robot
Have you ever as kids played a popular game called “Pen Fight”?! For those of you, who have not, it is a game between two players who shoot at each other pens to make them fall off the desk while saving your own pen. Taking inspiration from this childhood game is a robot that is designed to detect the edges of a desk and avoid itself from falling off the surface. Using IR sensors, this bot continuously looks for edges and gives out alarms and lights LEDs when it does detect an edge. Bet it sounds as interesting as the Pen Fight, doesn’t it?!
5. Fire Fighting Robot
Here is a robot, that isn’t simply for fun. The firefighting robot is a bot with a cause! It detects flames in its surroundings by using IR sensors and extinguishes the flame by a blower. For a more dramatic effect, water could also be used for putting out the flame. This can be done by employing a few motors that would control the flow of water and there you have it! A firefighting Robot!
6. Animatronic Hand
Now, this is a challenging one. An animatronic hand would create life-like hand movements by copying the actions and the gestures of your own hand. A wave, thumbs up or even a handshake can be imitated by the animatronic hand. It makes use of servo motors and flex sensors to bring life to your project! Feel the challenge yet?
7. Voice Controlled Robot
Controlling robots wirelessly by the use of either your own voice or your mobile phone looks deceptively simple! A voice-controlled robot, that moves according to your directions needs a speech recognition mechanism. While with the mobile controlled bot, you just need to tap the direction arrows for the bot to be moved in that direction. For either of these to work, perfect wireless transmission of commands, basic android app development, Arduino programming and Bluetooth communication is required.
8. Humanoid Biped Robot
If you believe you have conquered all levels of complicated robot projects, let me bring to you the one last project. With an active interest in robotics and the industries already employing actual robots, I am sure this robotic project has already crossed your mind. The humanoid biped robot, complete with a hip, knee and a foot on each leg is the ultimate robot that you can create using servo motors and Arduino programming. A bot that can walk, bend, turn and more- created by you! Can you prove your mettle?!
9. Home Cleaning Robot
This one is from my personal collection! When a bunch of cleanliness freak engineers get together, this is the result of their final year project! This was our own creation when we decided we needed a remote-controlled bot that would clean a given surface. The bot moved around guided by remote control and was armed with a small DIY vacuum cleaner and water aided floor scrubber. If you haven’t guessed it by now, these were to imitate the brooming and the wet cleaning of the floor that we generally employ in our homes. A great success, this robot was one that could actually solve our everyday problem!
10. War Field Spying Robot
A robot that has a wireless camera mounted on itself for the purpose of spying on the enemy is a robot that can really prove helpful in the battlefield. All you have to do is to make use of a night vision camera and transmit the recording wirelessly via a transmitter-receiver module. The robot can be either remote-controlled or sound detector enabled to follow the sound or motion and move closer to the source of sound discreetly to get better footage.
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