Build a Social Distance Detector For You and Your Robots

Build a Social Distance Detector For You and Your Robots

By Aaron Minner    View In Digital Edition  

Parallax has a new Propeller 2 evaluation board, and in the spirit of the current pandemic, I developed a project that uses a motion detector and distance detector to tell — via some status LEDs — whether a moving object is too close (red), getting too close (yellow), or is a safe distance away (green). Oh, and it can work with robots too!


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