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State Machine

by Quanser Inc.

In this lab, students will learn about the state machine system architecture, and apply it to automate a robot arm to follow a set of rules while navigating a map. Designed for NI ELVIS II/II+.
Blob Detection

by Quanser Inc.

In this lab, students will learn and apply the blob detection (or particle analysis) technique for image processing. Designed for NI ELVIS II/II+.
PID Position Control

by Quanser Inc.

In this lab, students will study PID (proportional, integral, derivative) control and explore both mathematical and experimental methods for tuning a PID controller. Designed for NI ELVIS II/II+.
Lab 2: 2-DOF PD Control

by Quanser Inc.

In this lab, students will be exposed to some basic specifications for a 2-DOF helicopter, and learn how to design a controller to meet those specifications.
Buzzer/Speaker

by Dr. Ed Doering | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

In this project, students will learn the principle operations of a buzzer, the circruitry required for buzzer operations, and interfacing techniques for controlling buzzer sounds.
Forward Kinematics

by Quanser Inc.

In this lab, students will derive forward kinematics equations for determining the the position of an end effector given angular position of bars of a five-bar linkage. Designed for NI ELVIS II/II+.
Photointerrupter

by Dr. Ed Doering | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

In this project, students will learn the principle operations of a photointerupter, the circuitry required for operation, and interfacing techniques to sense when the light path between the emitter...
Hall-Effect Sensor

by Dr. Ed Doering | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

This project introduces students to the Hall-effect principle, sensor latching and switching behaviors, and techniques for detecting proximity and sensing position and speed using a hall-effect...
Pulse Width Modulation

by Quanser Inc.

This lab introduces students to Pulse Width Modulation (PWM), including the basic mathematical theory and practical application. Designed for NI ELVIS II/II+.
Rotary Encoder

by Dr. Ed Doering | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

In this project, students will learn the principles of operation of encoders, circuitry requirements for operation and debounce, and interfacing techniques for measuring rotational position.