RIT Department of Computer Engineering - Senior Design Project
Winter Quarter 2005-2006

Aerial Image Processing with Wireless Connectivity to Direct a Robot through a Maze


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Introduction
The basic operation of the maze solving system begins with an aerial image of a maze to be traversed.  Using image-processing algorithms, the target maze is converted into a symbolic representation so that the shortest path through the maze may be found.  Having obtained the shortest path, a set of instructions to successfully traverse the maze will be wirelessly transmitted from the base-station computer to a robot.  Finally, the robot will use a set of sensors and the path data to navigate from the start of the maze to the finish.

 

Group Members (L to R)
Nicholas Hoover
Matthew Mitrik
Edward Waxler

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