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Update time: 2023-12-26 13:00:22
Creation time: 2023-08-06 15:16:14
Description

Micromouse is a competitive robot designed to compete in autonomous maze-solving competitions. The robot must independently find its way from the starting point to the goal, avoiding obstacles and dead ends.

 

Here are some basic aspects that I know about Micromouse robots:

  • History: The concept of Micromouse robots originated in the 1970s. The first Micromouse competition took place in Japan in 1979, and it became a popular event among students and robotics enthusiasts.
  • Goal: The goal of Micromouse's main stream is to create a robot that can navigate complex mazes, avoiding obstacles and avoiding dead ends. The robot must find the path as quickly as possible.
  • Autonomy: Micromouse robots operate completely autonomously. This means that they must be able to make decisions based on sensor inputs and adjust accordingly without human intervention at the first moment in time.
  • Technical aspects: Micro mouse robots are usually equipped with various sensors such as infrared distance sensors, gyroscopes, accelerometers, etc. They use this data to measure position in the maze and make movement decisions.
  • Algorithms and Programming: To achieve optimal results in Micromouse competitions, robots must be programmed using complex path finding and motion control algorithms. The art is to find a balance between speed and efficiency in choosing a path.
  • Competitions: Micromouse competitions are held at various levels, from school events to international evenings. They involve teams of students and engineers demonstrating their skills in robotics and programming.
  • Mazes: Mazes used in competitions can have different structures and sizes. Some mazes can be very confusing and maintain different patterns.
  • Development: The Micromouse competition aims to develop skills in robotics, programming, engineering and algorithmic thinking among students and enthusiasts. They also facilitate the exchange of experiences and ideas between participants.

Please note that information may have changed since my last update in September 2021.

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ID Name Designator Footprint Quantity image
1 MLT-9650Y-05 BUZZER1 BUZ-SMD_2P-L9.6-W9.6-L 1 MLT-9650Y-05
2 22pF C1,C2 C0402 2 C_0402_US
3 0.1u C3,C4 C1206 2 C_1206_US
4 Arduino ICSP H1 ARDUINO ICSP 1 Arduino ICSP
5 HDR-F-2.54_1x2 H2 HDR-F-2.54_1X2 1 HDR-F-2.54_1x2
6 220 R1,R4,R6,R8,R10,R11,R12,R13,R14,R15,R16,R18,R20 R0603 13 R_0603_US
7 10k R2,R3,R5,R7,R9,R17,R19,R21 R0603 8 R_0603_US
8 10K R22 R0603 1 R_0603_US
9 NO U1,U2,U3,U4,U5 GYVL53L0X 5 GYVL53L0X
10 ATMEGA2560-16AU U6 TQFP-100_L14.0-W14.0-P0.50-LS16.0-BL 1 ATMEGA2560-16AU
11 NO U7,U9 TOGGLE SWITCH SS-12D00-G3 2 TOGGLE SWITCH SS-12D00-G3
12 NO U8 OLED-TH_OLED0.96-I2C 1 AZDELIVERY OLED COPY
13 0402LED U10,U18,U19,U22,U23,U24 LED0402-RD 6 0402LED
14 AMS1117-5.0 U11,U17,U20,U21 SOT-223_L6.5-W3.5-P2.30-LS7.0-BR 4 AMS1117-5.0 1466676067
15 QRE1113 U12,U13,U14,U15,U16,U27,U28 OPTO-TH_QRE1113 7 QRE1113
16 TA6586 U25,U26 DIP-8_L10.0-W6.5-P2.54-LS7.6-BL 2 TA6586
17 NO U29,U30,U32,U33 1.27MM PITCH 2X8 PIN 16 PIN FEMALE DOUBLE ROW SMD PIN HEADER STRIP 4 1.27mm Pitch Female Double Row SMT Pin Header Strip PCB
18 NO U31 3-PIN-HEADER-PIN-JUMPER-CAP-FOOTPRINT 1 3-PIN-HEADER
19 16MHz X1 HC-49S_L11.4-W4.8 1 X49SM16MSB2SC

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