- 04 Sep 2016
In this video I am building the five minute robot from LEGO Mindstorms and I am doing a short introduction on how to make the robot move forward and turn around. Throught this series I will be using mostly NXT-G as a programming environment.
- 08 Feb 2013
Spinning with the VEX EDR robot involves the use of both motors. The left and the right. Every robot with wheels could spin and this makes not exceptions.
- 25 Mar 2017
In this episode we combine in a single program the previous two programs for moving forward and backward.
- 04 Mar 2017
This video tutorial reviews the EV3 Gyro Sensor and the HiTechnic Gyro Sensor for the LEGO Mindstorms NXT robotics Kit. We compare the two sensors and demonstrate them in action.
- 13 Dec 2013
The field in the game of life could be finite or infinite. It is interesting to see and learn how an infinite field behaves and works.
- 17 Mar 2016
The LEGO EV3 Mindstorms brick can be programmed from the brick itself. The motors can be moved forward/backward and even simple programs could be implemented without even touching the EV3-G software at the computer
- 29 Sep 2015
- 10 Mar 2016
In this video tutorial I give a step-by-step explanation of how to implement a block for aligning to a line. The block was first used in lesson 28. Aligning to lines is probably the most powerfull way to know the position of the robot on the FLL Competition field and to be able to execute the missions precisely at 100% of the time.
- 06 Jul 2013