Analog Tutebot Information:
The Tutebot circuit which you will build is a slightly modified
version of the circuit described in Appendix 3 (see Figure 2.13):
Instead of bipolar transistors, you will use MOSFETs (which
you studied in Experiment #9).
Circuit Tips for a helpful detailed circuit schematic.
You may choose to endow your Tutebot with additional functionality.
See the additional handout "Adding Sensors to your Tutebot" for ideas.
You must demonstrate a minimally functional Tutebot by
the end of your final lab session in order to pass the course.
The Tutebot must move forward in a fairly straight path.
The Tutebot must back up and turn upon colliding with an
object, and then proceed to move forward again.
Upon completion of the project, students should disassemble
their Tutebots and return their kits to the TA, in order to receive their
deposit checks back.