Shooting Sport Simulation Device
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The goal of this work is to design, build and test a shooting sport simulation system. The first part of this system is a module that can be put into a variety of shooting weapons and transform them to a laser gun. The module uses a shock sensing system, so there is no need to mechanically disassemble the gun. The second part is a target device that can sense incoming laser beams with LEDs. The final hardware part is a control board which can connect multiple targets and weapons through a wireless module nRF24L01+ into one system and therefore simulate advanced shooting modes. Additionally it has a built in Wi-Fi module ESP8266 which can provide shooters a website with detailed results and statistics of their shooting in a graphically pleasing way. Output of this project should be a market competitive product so the design is focused on the ability to be manufactured on automated machines.
KeywordsLASER, light sensing, shooting sport, LED, PCB design, wireless communication, nRF24L01, C language, programming, microcontroller, Atmega
Document typePeer reviewed
Document versionxmlui.vut.verze.Publishers's version
SourceProceedings of the 24th Conference STUDENT EEICT 2018. s. 221-223. ISBN 978-80-214-5614-3
- Student EEICT 2018