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The Evolution of Our Ingenious Mousetrap Claw

In the world of robotics, innovation is the key to success. Our journey began with a simple idea: to create a mousetrap claw that would revolutionize the way robots interact with their environment. After countless iterations and relentless dedication, our team achieved the goal—a sleek and high-performance mousetrap claw that embodies the pinnacle of design and automation.



At the core of invention lies a custom design that seamlessly rotates and aligns pixels into the correct orientation. This ingenious mechanism allows our robot to effortlessly handle two pixels at a time, thanks to the incorporation of two claws in a single design. But what truly sets our mousetrap claw apart is its ability to operate autonomously, free from the constraints of human intervention.


To achieve this level of autonomy, we implemented two servo motors that provide independent control over each claw. This not only enhances the precision of our device but also ensures that each pixel is grabbed with utmost accuracy as it enters the designated space. The secret lies in our clever use of distance sensors, which detect the presence of pixels and trigger the claws to spring into action, eliminating the need for any manual intervention.


But our innovation doesn't stop there. The mousetrap claw goes beyond mere grasping—it also excels in placing the pixels with unparalleled precision. By utilizing distance sensors once again, our claw is able to automatically drop the pixels onto the backboard with pinpoint accuracy, ensuring that every placement is perfect.


Our journey to create the ultimate mousetrap claw was driven by a desire to minimize human error and maximize efficiency. Through experimentation and innovation, we have crafted a device that not only meets but exceeds our wildest expectations.



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febr. 08.

Very interesting! Thanks for sharing

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