Thursday, January 10, 2008

Coding4Fun: Laser Tracking Camera


I've finally finished creating Part 2 of my article on controlling stepper motors with a computer. This time I have built a laser tracking camera panner by extending Andrew Kirillov's motion detection code (with permission) to control the motor.
Now that I think of it, I've done lots of projects with lasers. And as a matter of fact, I'm working on another project with lasers, right now! I'll shoot some videos soon, so stay tuned. And till then, have fun building a laser tracking camera!

- Ashish

5 comments:

Antonio said...

Great job!
That's fun!

keep on projecting!

bye

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Aman said...

i know this dosen't really apply and my question is probably real dumb
i'm from mumbai doin FE Engg.
i know basic electronics properly like transistors ICs everything but microcontrollers.
i'm taking part in a techfest in coll.

it's sort of like an obstacle course

could you please give me some hack for a cheap RC car which could increase the maneuverability of the car and also something for the range and sensitivity

also which books do beginners in microcont. refer to and what do you start with PIC or intel

PLEASE HELP ME PLEASE.........

amanmahadeshwar@gmail.com