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Frequently shifting position in my laboratory viewing solution utilizing (3) ultrasonic sensors, (3) servos, an Arduino Uno and an excessive amount of averaging (see below) to lessen interference.
(Advice) Never buy HC-SR04 sensors, blech, double blech.



// FollowTV
// TVMiller

#include <Servo.h>

const int atpin = 2;
const int aepin = 3;
const int btpin = 4;
const int bepin = 5;
const int ctpin = 6;
const int cepin = 7;

// For Cycle
const int num = 15;
int i = 0;
// Limit Distance
const int limit = 5500;
int hold = 500;

long adur, atot, afix;
long bdur, btot, bfix;
long cdur, ctot, cfix;

Servo lfs; // Left Front Speaker
const int lfsout = 69;
const int lfsin = 92;

Servo mon; // Monitor
const int monl = 145;
const int monc = 91;
const int monr = 45;

Servo rfs; // Right Front Speaker
const int rfsin = 63;
const int rfsout = 78;

void setup() {
Serial.begin(9600);

pinMode(atpin, OUTPUT);
pinMode(aepin, INPUT);
pinMode(btpin, OUTPUT);
pinMode(bepin, INPUT);
pinMode(ctpin, OUTPUT);
pinMode(cepin, INPUT);

lfs.attach(8);
mon.attach(9);
rfs.attach(10);

digitalWrite(atpin, LOW);
digitalWrite(btpin, LOW);
digitalWrite(ctpin, LOW);

lfs.write(lfsin);
mon.write(monc);
rfs.write(rfsin);

}

void loop() {

atot = 0;
for (i=0; i <= num; i++){
digitalWrite(atpin, HIGH);
delayMicroseconds(10);
digitalWrite(atpin, LOW);
adur = pulseIn(aepin, HIGH);
if (adur > limit) {
adur = limit;
}
atot = atot + adur;
}
afix = atot / num;

btot = 0;
for (i=0; i <= num; i++){
digitalWrite(btpin, HIGH);
delayMicroseconds(10);
digitalWrite(btpin, LOW);
bdur = pulseIn(bepin, HIGH);
if (bdur > limit) {
bdur = limit;
}
btot = btot + bdur;
}
bfix = btot / num;

ctot = 0;
for (i=0; i <= num; i++){
digitalWrite(ctpin, HIGH);
delayMicroseconds(10);
digitalWrite(ctpin, LOW);
cdur = pulseIn(cepin, HIGH);
if (cdur > limit) {
cdur = limit;
}
ctot = ctot + cdur;
}
cfix = ctot / num;

Serial.print(afix);
Serial.print(" ");
Serial.print(bfix);
Serial.print(" ");
Serial.println(cfix);

if (afix < bfix && afix < cfix) {
// Position 2
lfs.write(lfsout);
mon.write(monl);
rfs.write(rfsin);
}
else if (bfix < afix && bfix < cfix) {
// Position 1 and 3
lfs.write(lfsin);
mon.write(monc);
rfs.write(rfsin);
}
else if (cfix < afix && cfix < bfix) {
// Position 4
lfs.write(lfsin);
mon.write(monr);
rfs.write(rfsout);
}
else if (afix == limit && bfix == limit && cfix == limit) {
// Position Open
lfs.write(lfsout);
mon.write(monc);
rfs.write(rfsout);
}

delay(hold);
}

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// CokeShot
// TVMiller

#include <IRremote.h>

int RECV_PIN = 11;
IRrecv irrecv(RECV_PIN);
decode_results results;

int red = 8;
int green = 9;
int pour = 10;

int timepour = 10000;
int timeend = 3000;

void setup() {

Serial.begin(9600);

pinMode(red, OUTPUT);
pinMode(green, OUTPUT);
pinMode(pour, OUTPUT);

irrecv.enableIRIn();

}

void loop() {

digitalWrite(red, LOW);
digitalWrite(green, LOW);
digitalWrite(pour, LOW);

// Jacob
if (Serial.available()) {
char ser = Serial.read();
switch (ser) {
case 'C':
coke();
break;
}
}
// Remote (Any)
else if (irrecv.decode(&results)) {
coke();
irrecv.resume();
}

}

void coke() {
digitalWrite(pour, HIGH);
digitalWrite(green, HIGH);
delay(timepour);
digitalWrite(pour, LOW);
digitalWrite(green, LOW);
digitalWrite(red, HIGH);
delay(timeend);
}

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