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  1. Beginners Robotics Guide : Using LCDs with AVRs

    Liquid Crystal Displays ( LCD ) are widely used as output in small systems especially robots . With there ability to display human readable text they are also a great add on to robots and can output great amount of information or be used as a system from which the user can interact . In this simple tutorial you will learn how to interface LCD's , what are the signal required on various pins and C code for using 16x1 and 16x2 LCD's.

    LCD : Liquid crystal display ( because its has a ...
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  2. Proteus Simulation Tutorial by WCG Robotics Labs

  3. # QuadRotor Items From THS

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    Hello Fellow RIndians,
    We stock the complete range of high quality parts of quadrotor.

    #Glass Fiber 450 mm Quad frame With complete mounting options included.

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    #Props 10X4.5 Complete Quad Set (2R ,2 CR) w/Adapters
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    High Performance BLDC motors Combo for Quad
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  4. Indian Robot Olympiad (IRO) 2012

    You dont need any basic knowledge on robotics for the participation. We will get You ready!!!

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    Last year the Students who are all participated in the Indian Robot Olympiad competition through Robotix Lab Research Academy has emerged up in the runner up position in chennai last year. We are proud to share our winning ...
  5. PID - From Theory To Implmentation

    What is PID?




    Ok so what is this PID and why is it much talked? Well, PID means proportional–integral–derivative and it is a control feedback method applied in different control systems, its main task is to minimize the error of whatever you are about to control. It is superior quality error control feedback mechanism and the general industry standard. Speaking simple it takes in the inputs ...
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