Robotics Training LESSON 9: Calibrate Robot Car Turn Angles with Linear Regression

Guys in this lesson we show how you can use linear regression to more accurately calibrate turns for our robot car. We will take you through the math step-by-step, and then show how to code up the results. If you want to play along at home, you can get your Elegoo Robot Car HERE.

For your convenience, the code we developed in the lesson is included below.

 

Jetson Xavier NX Lesson 12: Intelligent Scanning for Objects of Interest

In this Video Tutorial we show how a camera on a pan/tilt control system can be programmed to search for an object of interest, and then track it when found.  Our system has two independent camera systems, and each can track a separate item of interest independently. The code is written in python, using the OpenCV library. The video takes you through the lesson step-by-step, and then the code is included below for your convenience.

If you want to play along at home, we are using the Jetson Xavier NX, which you can pick up HERE. You will also need to of the bracket/servo kits, which you can get HERE, and then two Raspberry Pi Version two cameras, available HERE.

 

AI on the Jetson Nano LESSON 53: Object Detection and Recognition in OpenCV

In this video lesson we learn how to use the NVIDIA Jetson Inference tools for detect objects in a live video. The software developed in this lesson is included below for your convenience.

 

Robotics Training LESSON 8: Setting Speed of the Smart Car

In this lesson we show how to program the speed of the Elegoo Smart Car Version 3.0 using the Infrared (IR) remote control. We take you through the process of using the remote step-by-step, and for your convenience we include the code below. If you want to play along at home, you can pick up your gear HERE.

 

Jetson Xavier NX Lesson 11: Independently Tracking Different Objects in Different Cameras

In this video lesson we show how two Raspberry Pi cameras can independently track to different objects of interest. As a demonstration, we track on two different colors, with pan/tilt servo systems adjusting to keep the object of interest in the center of the field of view.

In this project we are using the Jetson Xavier NX, which you can pick up HERE. You will also need to of the bracket/servo kits, which you can get HERE, and then two Raspberry Pi Version two cameras, available HERE.

 

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