During the month of July 2015, I completed a high school internship at Colorado State University, and one of the projects that I worked on was that of a infrared proximity sensor for Raspberry Pi.
This short range infrared sensor can be attributed to a variety of applications, including line-following robots and motion activated cameras.
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