- 05 May 2018
Category Classes with students
The first level of the Robotics with LEGO curriculum for students in second, thirth or fourth grades.
The first thing every student wants to build is a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot with treads. Well, we have one. Take a look. It's really funny.
Can you make it move? Send us a video or picture in the comment section below.
- 18 Sep 2017
- 10 Apr 2018
Here is another great example of a large multi-purpose attachment used in FIRST LEGO League competitions. This one is specifically for the 2017-2018 Hydrodynamics competitions and is doing a number of missions. (01) Pipe removal, (06) Water Treatment and (08) Manhole cover.
The attachment consists of two parts. The first part is placed on the robot while the second part is in front of the robot and the robot pushes it. While working on the field the robot leaves the second part on the Water Treatment plant and when returning back collects it back and returns to base.
The goal of the attachment is for you to build it and experiment with it with the existing field. Use Box Robot 2 as a robot base on which to add the attachments.
- 18 Jun 2018
Designed to get students started with VEX EDR and RobotC. The robotics set is not very easy to use and offers its challenges. In the course we take a step-by-step approach to moving, turning and using sensors. A big part of the course is about programming and using the RobotC software for the Cortext controller.
This course is still under development and constantly change and extended.
- 02 Jun 2017
Building instructions for the Easy Bot built with LEGO Mindstorms EV3 parts. This LEGO robot is suitable for classes with students in robotics and is one of the first robots that we build. It takes about 10-20 minutes to be constructed by first time participants.
- 15 Jan 2017