1. ## *UPDATED* TicTacToe Algorithm

A while ago, I considered building a TicTacToe playing robot, and this weekend, I finally found some time to sit for a few hours and write an algorithm, which can play a good game of TicTacToe with a human. You can see it here (clickie). This is the first step, I guess the next step is to design the rest of the robot, which I'll probably consider next weekend.

Anyways, the algorithm for the computer AI is ready. Do tell me what you guys think about it.

Regards,

Debu

EDIT: Alright guys, as promised, this weekend, I ported the code over to an AVR ATMega32, and designed a TicTacToe Robot Controller. You can see it Here (clickie)

Regards,

Debu

2. Nice!!!!!
...probably make it like this http://www.subservientprogrammer.com/main.aspx :!: :!:

3. wonderful algo , hoping that we'll soon ur bot working..

*** debu can u give some ideas abt motion tracking using traditional sensors like sharp ir and all...

4. ## Re: TicTacToe Algorithm

Originally Posted by debu
A while ago, I considered building a TicTacToe playing robot, and this weekend, I finally found some time to sit for a few hours and write an algorithm, which can play a good game of TicTacToe with a human. You can see it here (clickie). This is the first step, I guess the next step is to design the rest of the robot, which I'll probably consider next weekend.

Anyways, the algorithm for the computer AI is ready. Do tell me what you guys think about it.

Regards,

Debu
Hi Debu,

I am also doing a similar project - chess playing robot. Completed board, microcontroller program and circuitry, Artificial Intelligence, GUI, and a two models of robots. But unfortunately two of them are failed due to some reasons. Now Im planning to develop another robot arm like below

http://www.lynxmotion.net/viewtopic....c739061cf9c504

with regards

5. Thanks Guys! I'll try to post my progress, as it comes along here.

@Superchiku: Sure, what do you want to know?

@vigyan: An arm? Its just too much over engineering for a simple task, like TicTacToe. I'm trying to think of some simpler and more 'to-the-point' type of mechanism. Lately I've been going about the whole 'Beauty in Simplicity' thing. . Thanks for the kind comments man.

Regards,

Debu

6. i wanted to know abt some basic object tracking algorithms using a normal sensor such as a sharp ir...

7. Alright guys, as promised, this weekend, I ported the code over to an AVR ATMega32, and designed a TicTacToe Robot Controller. You can see it Here (clickie).
I put in lots of pics, tell me what you guys thing.

Regards,

Debu

8. Debu

All Hands down... Excellent work.. Specially the "under the hood" part..

"I know I am a genius" - lol

Awesome work..

Rao

9. @rao: Thanks man. I'm glad you liked it.

Regards,

Debu

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