Gears could be powerful tool for those who know how to use them appropriately. In this episode we introduce some of the basic terms and concepts behind using gears in your construction.
- 26 Sep 2014
This robot has a color sensor and this sensor is used for following lines. Additional Mindstorms EV3 sensors could be place on the robot, like a Gyro sensor or a second Color sensor.
- 04 Dec 2016
We will build the EasyBot quick robot and will explain how to follow a document with building instructions.
- 15 Jan 2017
Go to the missions model. Do the missions. You can then continue to the next mission or wait a few seconds at this FIRST LEGO League 2015 Trash Trek mission model and receive a few more points. Isn't it interesting. The ELM team has build a LEGO Mindstorms attachment for this robot. Let's see how it works.
- 29 May 2016
We challenge you to build a construction of cardan joints that transfers power to a maximum angle. Submit your solutions to email@example.com and win an award. Use the challenge in home or in the classroom. Initial Deadline is 18 of Aprill 2015.
- 18 Mar 2015
This is a third example for adding an active attachment. This third attachment is now connected to the wheel at the front of the robot. Again, the attachment could be easily extended.
- 16 Oct 2016
Construct two legs for both sides of the robot. The task for this video is to attach this two legs on both sides and to build a system of gears and axles that power those legs.
- 28 Mar 2017