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Kenichi
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i'm very green to this so please be patient with me. I know that you can get the coordinates of luggage with a light sensor. can you program your robot so it drives to those coordinates? please and thank you

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Hi Kenichi, welcome to the Botball Community!

I assume you're talking about the camera. A simple way to navigate to an object that the camera sees is:

1. Turn based on the X coordinate of the object until you're centered on it. (If the X coord is too low, turn left, if it's too high, turn right).
2. Drive forward until either the size or the Y coord of the object is what you want. A rangefinder sensor can be a good alternative to this step.

Hope this helps, feel free to post if you need me to elaborate on this.

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xpowayout
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your robot so it drives to those coordinates? please and thank you??

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long sought this information, thank you guys!