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Arduino Programming

Anyone who can write a simple code of arduino. There are four ultrasonic sensors attached with arduino simply write a code to avoid any collision. All sensors must be used as you can see in the video each ultrasonic sensor pointing sideways. So that robot can avoid colliding with anything.
Plus two sharp distance sensors one is pointing forward and other is pointing backwards. Its a bonus if you can use these two sensors also to stop the robot if something comes in front & back side of it.

You can use any ports then i will change it according to my robot.
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we can move on this if you guide us

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ok let sbegin

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ill also try this

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What is a sharp distance sensor?

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What is a sharp distance sensor?

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Can you send the video ?

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