Recent Changes

Wednesday, December 14

  1. page MoveUntilNear edited What is the behavior? ... is on. (What does with the robot do in response to the informati…
    What is the behavior?
    ...
    is on.
    (What does
    with the robot do in response to the informationinfo it gets from the ultrasonic sensor?)sensor it is able to know how for it is from anything and therefor be able to sense objects around the room.
    How do you program the robot to complete the behavior?
    The way you would program something like this would be have the program doing a specific action until the sensor was triggered. for instance if you wanted a robot to map out a rectangular room that you would have it go forward till it sensed a wall, then turn 90 degrees and repeat the action, and the robot would follow the outside of the room. the program for this would sound like this "move forward till sensed at 1 inch, move right wheel one rotation, loop process."
    What is a real-world application for the behavior
    ...
    fallen asleep.
    (Try and think of other examples--real
    although these are small tasks they are used for bigger tasks as well such as guiding a mars rover, or potential future applications)measuring your heart rate from across the room and alert others if you are in danger.
    Video demonstration of the behavior
    (view changes)

Tuesday, December 13

  1. page home edited ... Line Following Repeating Behaviors/Obstacle Detection LEGO Robots and Programmers in Action…
    ...
    Line Following
    Repeating Behaviors/Obstacle Detection
    LEGO Robots and Programmers in Action
    Our Trip to LEGO Fest

    {DSCN1393.JPG}
    (view changes)
    6:18 pm
  2. page home edited {Lego_Logo.png} Students in the Lego Robotics Winterim worked together to build and program (usi…
    {Lego_Logo.png}
    Students in the Lego Robotics Winterim worked together to build and program (using Mindstorms NXT software) a robot to perform certain behaviors. First, we learned individual behaviors, and then combined them in order to solve increasingly complex tasks.
    Click on one of the behaviors listed below to learn more:
    Move Straight/Turning
    Move Until Touch
    (view changes)
    6:09 pm
  3. page home edited ==== {Lego_Logo.png} == Students in the Lego Robotics Winterim worked together to build a…
    ==== {Lego_Logo.png}
    ==

    Students in the Lego Robotics Winterim worked together to build and program (using Mindstorms NXT software) a robot to perform certain behaviors. First, we learned individual behaviors, and then combined them in order to solve increasingly complex tasks.
    Move Straight/Turning
    (view changes)
    5:56 pm
  4. page home edited ==== {Lego_Logo.png} == Students in the Lego Robotics Winterim worked together to build and p…
    ==== {Lego_Logo.png}
    ==

    Students in the Lego Robotics Winterim worked together to build and program (using Mindstorms NXT software) a robot to perform certain behaviors. First, we learned individual behaviors, and then combined them in order to solve increasingly complex tasks.
    Move Straight/Turning
    (view changes)
    5:54 pm
  5. file Lego_Logo.png uploaded
    5:53 pm

More