How to make a robot find me

i am making a robot that can find me in my house and serve me water I'm just wondering how is it gonna do that , could y'all suggest some way to do so.
Thanks!

Simply make sure that you always owe the robot money.

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haha so funny.

Hi,

Can you please tell us your electronics, programming, arduino, hardware experience?

Thanks.. Tom... :smiley: :+1: :coffee: :australia:

umm i didn't get what did you mean..

Hi,

Have you programming experience?
Have you programmed an Arduino controller before?
Do you have any electronics experience?
Have you constructed any circuitry?

Thanks.. Tom... :smiley: :+1: :coffee: :australia:

yes

Yes what?
Sorry but we need more than yes/no.
What have you programmed, what have you built.
What do you know about sensors, such as ultrasonic.
What do you know about batteries and motors and motor drives?

Thanks.. Tom... :smiley: :+1: :coffee: :australia:

You can use PIR sensor for simple robot and you can complete the code easily but if you need a perfect human detection sensor use MU VISION SENSOR but its a very complicted process which you need to put some effort and use many libraries and also it may be way more complicated for beginners and its not an easy project for beginners..

you are right sir.

thanks

So the point of the replies is that this is a requirement way beyond the scope of Arduinox, requiring all the technologies for a robot to navigate the environment, visual recognition of objects including people, some way to identify people and so on.

The sort of thing "robot domestic helper" designers are indeed working on, with (multi-)million dollar budgets. :grin:

When you get that working well, please update your post!

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