This program is for Frog Bot - LEGO Mindstorms Robot that could jump. The program makes the robot move like a toy car with a wind up mechanism. It starts by waiting for three seconds, when you should turn the legs of the frog by hand backward. Then it makes a sound, and the robot starts jumping forward, as much as you have wound it up. The program uses motor rotation sensor to know how much it was wound up.
- 19 May 2019
The chance of a “serious” meteoroid hitting earth in our lifetime is extremely low, but it’s not zero, and the devastation could truly wipe us out. How will scientists and engineers keep us safe?
From west of the free-line, send one or both meteoroids independently to the meteoroid catcher. “Independently”: see also M01, Section “Scoring Requirements”.
- Meteoroid(s) touch(es) the mat in the centre section of the meteoroid catcher: 12 each
- Meteoroid(s) touch(es) the mat in either side section of the meteoroid catcher: 8 each
- Possible scores: 0, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24
- The result must be visible at the end of the match.
- The meteoroids need to be sent over the free-line to touch the mat in the meteoroid catcher > Only allowed method. Must be observed by the referee.
- The meteoroids must be hit/released while they are clearly and completely west of the free-line. > Only allowed method. Must be observed by the referee.
- While between hit/release and scoring position, the meteoroid must be clearly independent. > Only allowed method. Must be observed by the referee.
- If ever the ring-set meteoroid is off its ring, you may remove the ring from the field by hand. This is a special exception to the rules.
(mission descriptions source https://www.first-lego-league.org/)
- 01 Jan 2016
Do you have some awesome remote controlled racer cars? Have you ever wanted to see which one is faster? Or maybe having a speed race with your homies. You can do all that and much more with this amazing LEGO Mindstorms EV3 radar robot. It will also ring police sirens when you break the speed limit, just know that you're declared WANTED!
An example program for using this robot could be found here.
- 16 Feb 2019
A nice little robot that can tell if there is anything on top of it. It only uses one touch sensor. The idea of the robot is to be used in classes with students to explore different interesting security options. This robot in particular could detect when the object placed on it gets "stollen". Have you ever watched Indiana Jones? :)
- 09 Feb 2019
This program is for Midas - a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Clam robot. It makes the clam robot detect when it is being opened and then to close itself. It utilizes the rotation sensor as a way to know if it is being forced and to know when it should stop closing afterwards.
- 17 May 2019
Building instructions for the One Attachment. Built from LEGO Mindstorms EV3 parts and with an Ultrasonic sensor we've used this attachment to accomplish most of the missions at FIRST LEGO League 2013.
SIngle robot attachment, many points.
- 22 Oct 2015
Umjaho - from the language of the Zulu tribe. It means "competition"
This LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot has three sensors - touch, color and ultrasonic. When the touch sensor is pressed the robot starts moving. The color sensor is used for following lines and the ultrasonic sensor is used to detect any robots in front of the robot.
- 11 Jan 2019
This is the second version of the EV3 Easy Bot. The robot is used in classes with students as one of the first robots to be built. Easy to follow and to arrive at a construction even for first-time students.
- 16 Aug 2017