- 18 Jan 2015
Building instructions for constructing a simple LEGO Model that has red, green, blue and yellow beams. This makes it perfect for operating robots through color code.
- 30 Mar 2018
Building instructions for this part of the BigDaddy competition robot
- 22 Mar 2015
Building instructions for the catapult that could be placed over the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Brick. The idea of the catapult it to throw objects. The fact that it is over the brick makes it very convenient to place the motors below the brick and to use the Catapult.
This robot construction itself was used in the FIRST LEGO League Senior Solutions competition
- 01 Dec 2015
"You need to step on three points to be stable". This is something you could directly see after building this marvellous, 270+ steps, extremely interesting Motorcycle with a side cart. Yes, we are proud of it. The robot is suitable for using it at home. The instructions for building it contain more than 270+ steps so it is a test for endurance, concentration, passion. The same way driving a motorcycle is.
Or you could just step into the cart, drive along and enjoy the view while someone else is building the robot. Like a sibling or a parent.
Join the course A robot a "day" keeps the questions awake where we will further discuss the motorcycles, how to build them and what tasks to accomplish with them.
- 21 Feb 2018
The catapult robot could use the ultrasonic sensor to stop loading at a certain height
- 01 Feb 2015
Again a LEGO animal. This time it looks like an ant. It's interesting that this robot has no wheels and moves in a way very different from the rest of the "wheel robots".
There is much to be learned about mechanics from the way animals move. Ants are a good example. In the real world, an ant could carry a load of 20x its mass. It would be interesting to see how much load could this robot carry? Try it.
- 18 Feb 2017
This is an LEGO Mindstorms EV3-G program for the motor and touch sensor that we use for the LEGO Catapult
- 25 Jan 2015
- 03 May 2015