Published on November 13, 2017 by makemagazine
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This is the final part of a 3 part series where Sean Hodgins is designing an open source Arduino based robot that will navigate using a neural network. Part 1 involved taking components to make a prototype for testing. Part 2 took the custom circuit board and populated it with components, adding some test firmware to make sure everything worked. Finally, in this video, Sean will discuss different methods of making the robot navigate using the photoresistors, and how the neural network works for navigation. By the end of this series you will be able to create your own neural network robot using the resources provided.

Watch Part 1 Here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=0D5lcNIEa24
Watch Part 2 Here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCmMrSfEsuU

Check out Sean’s Channel: bit.ly/SeanYTSub

You can find the project on GitHub Here: bit.ly/2yXcjEy
The circuit board on OSHPark Here: bit.ly/2ybEMJr

Arduino Artificial Neural Network Example: robotics.hobbizine.com/arduinoann.html

Instrumentals Produced By Chuki
www.youtube/user/CHUKImusic

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80 Comments on "Arduino Neural Network Robot Part 3: Running Neural Networks on an Arduino"

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VERMA STUDIOS
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VERMA STUDIOS
4 days 10 hours ago

An ai based advanced robot

NOPE
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NOPE
4 days 12 hours ago

Any ideas for including a NN In a Raspberry PI based robot with a camera?
Great work by d way😀

NOPE
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NOPE
4 days 9 hours ago

bornach can u give a github link or something pls

bornach
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bornach
4 days 9 hours ago

NOPE I'd recommend having a look at the donkey car project. Uses Tensor Flow and Python.

Kieran M
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Kieran M
4 days 13 hours ago

A solar charged version would be quite cool. One that finds the light rather than runs from it.

Namic Macdan
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Namic Macdan
4 days 12 hours ago

It might be cool to see if it develops a good "survival instinct"
Great idea dude!

NOPE
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NOPE
4 days 12 hours ago

Kieran M hahaha..training it to go outside the home in d morning …
And coming back home in the evening…
Same way wives teach their husbands 😂

Brad Martin
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Brad Martin
4 days 13 hours ago

dat snap

The MoNkeY mInDs
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The MoNkeY mInDs
4 days 14 hours ago

Sir make a series on object recognition system from video/CCTV footage

NOPE
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NOPE
4 days 12 hours ago

The MoNkeY mInDs what is that?
I have raspberry pi robot with a camera .
So this thing can be used with it?🤔

Igor Gabrielan
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Igor Gabrielan
4 days 14 hours ago
Mahesh Janagan
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Mahesh Janagan
4 days 14 hours ago

Cool..

Tech2025
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Tech2025
4 days 14 hours ago

I had no idea an Arduino would be suites for this. I'm trying to make a self driving neural rc car but I'm using an RPi 3

NOPE
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NOPE
4 days 12 hours ago

Tech2025 okk all the best 😀

Tech2025
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Tech2025
4 days 12 hours ago

NOPE Haven't gotten around to making one, a bit delayed on everything since the Pi was giving problems. I'll make sure to link it once made

NOPE
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NOPE
4 days 12 hours ago

Tech2025 nice
I have also created a vehicle with RPI but I control it with a remote app I created.
Will you be kind enough to show us your code (maybe a git repo)😊

Tech2025
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Tech2025
4 days 14 hours ago

SeanHodgins yes, I will post a video about it some time in the future. So far I have a camera on a car that's driven around the it do the AI can train to detect objects and stop signs

SeanHodgins
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SeanHodgins
4 days 14 hours ago

Very cool. Using computer vision?

jawawookie
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jawawookie
4 days 14 hours ago

An analogue battery level monitor bargraph with lipo charging circuit that can be read by an arduino. I run out of pins often on projects so arduino based battery level indicators are a no go

jawawookie
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jawawookie
4 days 14 hours ago

SeanHodgins : I run out of all pins, I use lots of shift registers and all sorts of things. Just think a complete battery monitor that doesn't use arduino would be really useful, especially if it can output a value for an arduino to read 🙂

SeanHodgins
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SeanHodgins
4 days 14 hours ago

Hey thats a great idea. I can definitely make one of those. Also if you run out of analog pins, check out multiplexing or "muxing". It will let you run more than one pin to a single arduino pin.

Kaden McDonald
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Kaden McDonald
4 days 15 hours ago

You are a fortress of knowledge

SeanHodgins
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SeanHodgins
4 days 14 hours ago

A fortress that is free and open to everyone!

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