Came across this visualization for a maze solver.

The maze solver on your micromouse is, probably, the easiest part of the problem. Even so, there are lots of ways to get the job done. The demonstration uses javascript in your browser to let you draw out some simple mazes and compare different methods of solving those mazes. The project is hosted on github so you can always go and download the source code.

Just because you are not going to be using javascript in your micromouse maze solver doesn’t mean you can’t learn something from this maze solver code.

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  1. Loida

    This is awesome and soitnhmeg I’ve been wanting to do for a very long time.I would love to see a similar video from one of the top mice Since weight will be a concern on the top mice I’ve been thinking about making a tiny, tiny accelerometer and gyro board with a battery and flash to record data that can later be played back with a 3d maze motion simulator.

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