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2DOF Arduino Wiper Motor

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by Saftari, May 20, 2017.

  1. Saftari

    Saftari New Member

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    My Motion Simulator:
    2DOF, 3DOF, DC motor, Arduino, Motion platform
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    I Build 2DOF Motion Simulator in 2 months, using ...
    • Arduino UNO R3
    • 2x 43A BTS7960 Motor Driver
    • 2 Wiper Motor (Mercedes 300E Windshield Wiper Motor)
    • 3x Samsung Curve 24" LED Monitor
    • Gaming PC: Win7Pro64bit, Asus Motherboard H170 Pro Gaming, 32GB RAM, Samsung SSD 250GB, GTX1070
    • Game Engine PC: Win7Pro64bit, Lenovo i5, 8GB, Samsung SSD 250GB
    • Racing Gear: Thrustmaster T500RS + Gear Shifter
    • Handbrake: Custom made Handbrake
    • Custome made Racing Motion Rig
    Modelling Study..

    Using 2 Mini Motor + Potentiometer + L298N Dual Motor Driver + Arduino
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    Designing Rig Frame
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    Frame Building..
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    Using Laser Cutting to make Monitor Mountings
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    Thrustmaster T500RS Steering Wheel and 3 Samsung CurvedMonitor 24"
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    Arduino/Genuino101 and Custom Shield
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    Setup PC
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    Lenovo i5 mini pc for Gaming Controller PC, Razer Subwoofer.
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    RIG BASE
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    Custom Handbrake
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    Result
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    Video:


    Agressive Mode:
    Using VR Oculus Rift


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  3. RandomCoder

    RandomCoder Active Member Gold Contributor

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    Awesome result! I like the level of design that has gone into the base with the PC and subwoofer all neatly tucked away. :thumbs

    The motion looks a little gentle but I guess this can be optimised more?
  4. Saftari

    Saftari New Member

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    Thank you so much!
    I just add more video for aggressive mode and using Oculus Rift VR above
    Still have a problem with oculus rift for 3 display, maybe conflict with my GTX1070 VGA.
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  5. Zed

    Zed VR Simming w/Index Gold Contributor

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    @Saftari - You might want to check, but I think it's a fundamental limitation of at least Nvidia cards that they can't run triples and a VR HMD at the same time.

    Really nice job on the sim! Love the 3D printed mini version too!
  6. Andrew M

    Andrew M P_H_O_3_N_I_X Gold Contributor

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    Really nice job ! Great sim, I am thinking about using in my project this BTS7960 - can you please tell me which Arduino source have you used ?
  7. ferslash

    ferslash Active Member

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    grate build...

    how did you make the curve boards of the base (i can see a white material, is it fiber glass?)

    why you used such an expensive arduino? is it faster or better?

    again, grate result

    fer
  8. Takumivs

    Takumivs Project CPT

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    This is amazing great work gent:thumbs
  9. yondwangmms

    yondwangmms New Member

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    Great project! I like the design of putting the subwoofer in the base!