- 01 Jan 2015
This module is meant to be used in EV3 Kinesthetic and Memory Game and is attached to the base of the robot. This module uses the ultrasonic sensor to detect the hands of the player. Attention must be paid to where the module is attached since it can be activated by accident if the player reaches for another module over this one.
- 18 Oct 2019
Building instructions for a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot base. The attachment of the motors is quite interesting. We follow the angles of LEGO technic to attach them. This construction has some difficulties turning to the left and to the right. But if you have to take on an obstacle that high this is one of the options.
You can use all kinds of wheels on this robot - EV3, NXT or others. It doesn't actually matter.
- 13 Dec 2017
Building instructions for the LEGO Mindstorms attachment using Rubber Bands
- 19 Jul 2015
These are instructions on how to build the:
- Bridge Ramp
for the FIRST LEGO League 2019-2020 City Shaper Challenge.
You can find more building instructions and tips and tricks about the competition on this page.
- 21 Aug 2019
An awesome ski-jet robot, steering with a medium motor and powered by a single large motor. It also has a pair of inclined treads, making it especially well-suited for the harsh winter terrain.
*There is a mistake in this robot you will have to find. How would you make it work?
- 19 Feb 2019
Probably the simples trick for pinless attachments that we've found. It is a construction build in just three steps. Simple as that. But it has a lot of potential to teach you how to use pinless attachments. Pinless attachments are very useful during FIRST LEGO League and World Robot Olympiad competitions.
- 12 Jul 2015
Building instruction for both EV3 and NXT. The whole catapult is build in exactly 78 steps.
- 14 Dec 2014
Instructions for building a LEGO truck. We use a medium motor for steering and a large motor for driving one of the rear wheels.
- 17 Aug 2019
This robot is a veriation of the Spark Bot without steering wheel.
The goal of this LEGO Mindstorms building instruction is to spark the imagination when the base of the construction is very simple. Just two motors with the brick above them and one of the most classic ways to attach them together - with angled beams.
The construction could use EV3 or NXT wheels, so chose wisely. As a robot chassis base, it is suitable for all kinds of extensions. An interesting thing is the motors are attached to each other with a frame which is getting very popular in the EV3 world.
- 14 Jun 2019
The Laboratory is a robot that tests your programming skills. You will have to measure the volume of a balloon, only by the values you receive from the sensors.
It has a valve, that allows you to deflate your balloon at different rates.
How to place the balloon in the robot is explained in this tutorial.
- 18 Apr 2019
Cápa means shark in Hungarian.
The robot resembles a live hammershark. It uses a medium motor to move its tail, which is used for the shark to turn. It moves forward with a large motor and two tyres. Its jaws open and close with a second large motor. The two touch sensors at the front are purely for aesthetics but you can use them if you like. Finally the head has an ultrasonic sensor which detects if something is a potential "prey". This resembles the real hammer sharks' ability to sense with their "hammer".
- 29 Mar 2019
This is a disk image containing a Raspbian OS. The image is modified and set up specifically for the Perfect course. It contains all the needed files, libraries and additional tools that we would use in the course. The file is quite large so be prepared to wait some time while downloading.
- 01 Jan 2018
The first of a series of attachments that we add to a World Robotics Olympiad LEGO Mindstorms Robot. The attachment is an example for collecting ping-balls. The robot and the attachment are in the same construction. The attachment is a base for a container that could be extended.
- 19 Dec 2015
- 09 Nov 2014
This is a self aligning passive attachment for rendezvous and meeting between the tube module and the habitation hub.
The program for this attachment is Self Aligning Module Attacher for M06 - Space Station Modules.
There is another program at Self Aligning Module Attacher for M06 - Space Station Modules - another program.
- 27 May 2017
This is the attachment of Team "Nightbeast", with which they :
1. Eject the 2x4 Brick by placing a Regolith Core Sample into the 3D Printer.
2. Crater Crossing
3. Tries to score a meteoroid( tries to shoot a ball)
From missions M03,M04 and M014 from FLL Into Orbit Challange
- 17 May 2019
Laboratory 2.0 is a second and lighter version of the Laboratory. The new version of the robot replaces its motor with a gyroscope and uses a lightweight flip. Programming this robot requires a well-developed abstract thinking. The main purpose of the robot is to measure the volume of the bubble placed in it only by the values measured by the sensors.
The construction has a valve with which you can let the air out of the balloon at different speeds.
How exactly the balloon is placed in the robot is explained in this lesson.
- 18 Apr 2019
VEX IQ Steering Rover Car with remote control.
- 25 Jul 2017