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Robot Arm (that plays tic-tac-toe)

Posted August 17, 2013 by Chris

“In our project we made the arm the second player in the classic game of Tic-Tac-Toe to demonstrate its programmable repeatable motion. The arm consists of five servo motors, four to control the motion and one to control the end effecter (gripper). The arm moves tic-tac-toe pieces onto a board for its opponent and itself to give the user interactive control over the arm.”

One Response to “Robot Arm (that plays tic-tac-toe)”

  1. Fareed Says:

    can stepper motor on dc motor be used for the same..???
    please reply… i am making prosthetic arm.. and i want to know what kind of motor is best suited for the same…..

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