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Light and color sensors

Sensitivity to light or colors is a behavior that is common in nature. In robotics, this sensitivity is often reproduced to model simple behaviors like behaviors of insects. Highest level of behavior, such as the pursuit of a colored ball by a robot are also made using color sensors.

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The SI1145 Visible Light Sensor is equipped with UV and IR sensors to accurately measure the level of UV radiation in any type of light. Born of a fruitful partnership between SiLabs and Adafruit!

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This reflectance sensor for Zumo robot includes six infrared emitteur-receivers to let your Zummo robot follow a line or detect the edge of an arena.

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The SEN07113P Xadow UV Sensor is a very small sensor with high conversion potential for creating small objects sensitive to UV radiation.

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This tiny, easy-to-connect Arduino-compatible UV sensor with an extended detection range is just as easy to use as the other Grove modules by Seeed Studio!

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The Grove Digital Light Sensor offers 3 operating modes thanks to its dual-sensitivity diodes: infrared and full spectrum.

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Install a SparkFun line follower module on your RedBot robot and organize your first robotic rallies.

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