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shackleford | summer 2013 Nicknamed Shackleford, this autonomous car was built as part of the first electronics-based wood studio at Penland School of Crafts. Students designed, programmed, and built object-avoidance capable vehicles. While other vehicles steered via additional power to the left or right rear wheel, I designed and built a rack and pinion gear steering system, which allowed the car to make tighter and more accurate turns. C/C++, soldering - walnut, basswood, electronic components 20

Ross Davidson's Portfolio | Spring 2018  
Ross Davidson's Portfolio | Spring 2018  
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