Paying for obstacle avoiding 2WD code

Looking for someone who can make me a working obstacle avoiding code.

Using the HC SR04 sensor and 2 DC motors, the sensor is on the SG90 servo.
Would like the car to keep driving in a random direction until it detects an object, then it goes back a bit (backwards motor) and scans 180 degrees, and it should go to the direction where there are the less objects (farthest object detected).

Already have built the car, using motor 1 and 2 on a L293D board, motherboard is Uno.

Using the same circuit and car as here: Arduino: How To Build An Obstacle Avoiding Robot - YouTube

only difference is that there's no breadboard but instead I use a servo. Also, I only use 4x AA batteries, I see a 9V battery being mentioned a lot, is this necessary on top?

We can discuss the price, I can pay in either paypal or bitcoins. Please message me on here or put your email down below. Thanks in advance

The movie link you provided gives a link for downloading the code. Read the entire description.

You can start testing, studying, understanding then tweaking that code. The problem with hiring someone to write it for you is you'll not really understand how it works and not knowing what to change to make it work as you want to.

every time you'll want to change the "navigation logic" you'll depend on the "specialist" to update it for you.

Your batteries might work. That dude is using 2x1200mAh Lipo cells in series (7.2V nominal, 8.4V fully charged).

blimpyway:
The movie link you provided gives a link for downloading the code. Read the entire description.

You can start testing, studying, understanding then tweaking that code. The problem with hiring someone to write it for you is you’ll not really understand how it works and not knowing what to change to make it work as you want to.

every time you’ll want to change the “navigation logic” you’ll depend on the “specialist” to update it for you.

Your batteries might work. That dude is using 2x1200mAh Lipo cells in series (7.2V nominal, 8.4V fully charged).

Thanks for the reply.

I’ve already tried every code I could find online, including the one linked in the video, the problem is that it doesn’t do what I want it to do and as this is a one time thing I don’t have the time to learn how to use it myself, nor do I have interest in it, this is a one time project and after that I’m done, which is why I’m consulting someone on here.

Once again, thank you though, I’ll definitely consider it again if I can’t find anyone.

Well in order for someone to solve your one-time problem is they need to replicate your robot and test it themselves.

That's because such projects - robots doing stuff as we would like - require quite a lot of tweaking and iterations before getting a satisfactory match between how you want it to do and what it actually does.

Pulling out "the right sketch" based on your description is unlikely to work.
So this iteration cycle costs quite some unpredictable time, you'll end up paying a lot and spending a little less time than it takes you to learn freely how to change existing examples.

And learning to code Arduino is way more useful than solving a "one time problem" is a knowledge toolset regarding what can be done, what can not, and how to approach and fix a wide range of other controlling problems.