Mark Succerberg

Created on 25 Oct 2019

A plant that finds the sun so you only have to worry about watering it

We will use light sensors to detect light, motors to move the plant, and an FPGA to coordinate the two. We will use a succulent so we don't have to water it as often.

@jlenney

John Lenney

@oaramire

Oscar Ramirez Poulat

@cli4

Charles Li

@hliou

Hailang Liou

@nlamprin

Nicholas Lamprinakos

Part Cost Quantity Total
AA Batteries (pkg of 24) $10.72 1 $10.72
Batteries to power robot
Acrylic (yellow) $14.27 1 $14.27
Acrylic for building chassis
Acrylic (green) $14.27 1 $14.27
Acrylic for building chassis
Photo resistor $0.86 30 $25.80
Photo resistors to detect light
Ultrasonic distance sensor $3.95 3 $11.85
Sensor to detect distance to walls
AA Battery case $1.75 4 $7.00
Case for batteries
Digital Light Sensor $6.95 9 $62.55
Light sensors to detect light
Mounting Nuts (pkg of 25) $0.99 1 $0.99
Nuts to mount servos
Mounting screws (pkg of 25) $1.29 1 $1.29
Screws to mount servos
Servo mounting bracket $2.49 5 $12.45
Brackets to mount servos
Wheel $3.50 5 $17.50
Wheels to move the robot
Servo $14.95 5 $74.75
Motors to spin the wheels
Project Totals: 66 $253.44
Track 1 Base Budget: $250.00
Preferred Vendor Budget Bonus: $50.00
Remaining Budget: $46.56
Nicholas Lamprinakos 19 Nov 2019, 12:27 a.m. EST
Parts List completed!