Engineering >> Computer Science & Engineering

Robotics: Trajectory Generation

by Anderson Louis


Submitted : Spring 2011

In this project the student finds the angles(θ1 and θ2) of the joints of a robotic arm. They would have to find the solutions or equations to these angles under three different parts given by the author. He or she finds these solutions using trig functions and geometry. Then using one of the equations, student generates the θ1 and θ2 values so that this transition if the robotic arm from given points (0, 12) to (10, 5) can occur in a smooth manner. Finding the θ1 and θ2 values require a lot of effort to produce equations that work together to control the arm of the robot in smooth manner.



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Advisors :
Brian Curtin, Mathematics and Statistics
Mayur Palankar, Computer Science & Engineering
Suggested By :
Mayur Palankar