Author Archives: Harjit Singh

Solver References

By | January 9, 2013

The first article that I used as a reference for Zeetah I’s solver was published in Byte Magazine back in 1987. Fortunately for me, this article was printed right around the time we were making Zeetah I. Stephen E. Belter, Computer-aided Routing of Printed Circuit Boards: an Examination of Lee’s Algorithm and Possible Enhancements, BYTE, June… Read More »

Diagonal Solver Pseudo Code

By | January 9, 2013

This part of the series on creating a diagonal micromouse maze solver presents the actual pseudo code that was used to implement a diagonal solver and it closely matches the C implementation. You will want to check out some of the data structures in the previous post (Diagonal Solver Data Structures).

Pinion interfering with the tire

By | January 20, 2012

When I applied power to the motors on Zeetah VI (ZVI) for the first time, the motors seemed to struggle and the PWM value to get the wheels to rotate seemed higher than usual. Since this was my first four wheel mouse of this configuration (ZIV is a four wheel drive, four wheel steer mouse),… Read More »