Automated Writing machine using Arduino and Robotics
Sri Anuradha Kuchibhotla, Kalyani Penke, Siva Tejaswi Meka, P.Yeshwanth Sai Kowsik
Automated Writing Machine, Arduino uno board, microcontrollers, mechanical components, motion controlling, sensors, software components, font reading, text processing
We describe in this paper the design and implementation of an Arduino microcontroller-based Automated Writing Machine (AWM). The AWM is a multipurpose tool that can write or draw by hand on a variety of surfaces, including paper, whiteboards, and computer screens. The system's programmable control and mechanical components work together to provide precise and adaptable output. The Arduino microcontroller, writing mechanism, and user interface make up the three primary parts of the AWM. Pens and markers, along with motors and actuators, make up the writing mechanism, which enables precise pen strokes and controlled movement. The brains of the system are generated by the Arduino microcontroller, which follows user-defined instructions to produce the desired text or drawings. The user interface makes it easier for users to interact with the AWM by letting them enter text, choose fonts, change writing parameters, and start writing. AWM functionality is accomplished by combining software and hardware components. Pens or markers for writing, sensors for feedback and calibration, and motors and actuators for motion control are all included in the hardware. Arduino sketches that have been programmed to interpret user inputs, produce motion trajectories, and drive the writing mechanism in accordance with those trajectories make up the software. To further improve the AWM's capabilities, software libraries for text processing and font rendering may be integrated. To sum up, the Automated Writing Machine that is the subject of this paper shows that it is possible to use Arduino technology to create a flexible and programmable system that can generate handwritten text and drawings. Its wide range of applications, adaptable features, and modular design make it a useful tool for both professionals and enthusiasts.
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Unique Paper ID: 164960

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 2071 - 2075
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