- 17 Aug 2018
Here is the task for adding a beam on both sides of every gear wheel in your attachment.
- 26 Mar 2017
The challenge for this video is to program a menu that is controlled from the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 brick screen.
- 17 Jul 2016
The attachment shows how to do build a pinless robot attachment with LEGO EV3 Mindstorms.
- 07 Dec 2014
The robot can move with different speed by applying different power to the motors. It will most of the time make smaller deviations when it moves slower. But you can't just move with a power of 10 all the time. This is a way too slow especially for competitions like FIRST LEGO League or World Robot Olympiad. In this video tutorial I would like to discuss the balance between motor power and robot movement error, how does the battery influence the power of the robot and to conduct an EV3-G experiment that will record the values of the Gyro Sensor along with the current power.
- 09 Jan 2018
- 17 Apr 2016
The Department of "throwing" is ruled by rubber bands. Impulsive power release in a short amount of time. In this video we are building an attachment that throws a ball and accomplishes the FIRST LEGO League 2012 bowling competition.
- 30 Aug 2015
The experiment contains a plot of the Curren Power of Motors B and C and the values of the Gyro Sensor when the robot is moving with a power of 100%. What you could see is that it is not actually moving with a power of 100% because the current power is about 75-80%.
- 10 Jan 2018
In the video we reach a conclusion. We have energy accumulated and to keep the system turning we need about 1J of energy each second to keep it turning.
- 12 Jun 2016