- 09 Mar 2016
Category Classes with students
Building instructions for a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot where the motors are at the back of the horizontally placed brick and they are placed vertically. This construction is difficult to turn with but at the same time is quite high and could be used as a base for different trucks or animals.
- 16 Dec 2017
- 18 May 2017
These are 3D building instructions on how to connect a diode directly to the batteries and turn it on.
- 17 Mar 2018
This is a Camel-like robot. We demonstrate an interesting use of gears to make the Camel walk. Fun and entertaining way to learn how to transform motion.
- 01 Aug 2017
Building instructions for a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot that we call Space Explorer. The motors are attached in a very interesting way to the brick. Both the brick and the motors are vertical and there are not many robots like this. With its ultrasonic sensor, this robot allows you to follow, find or avoid objects. Just like an explorer. And since it is a robot why not put it in space and call it "Space Explorer".
There is one part that is not from the EV3 sets, but you can actually skip it. You don't need it. Try to find which one.
- 03 Jan 2018
This is the 7-th level in the Robopartans Robotics Curriculum for students using LEGO Mindstorms Robot. Students taking this course have already passed through about 2 years of Robotics classes with LEGO Mindstorms. The topic of the level is "Transportation" and we use vehicles. 5 of them. Each Lesson takes about 2 hours in a group. Students work in groups of two.
They learn about axles, differentials, proportional line following.
This is a First Draft review of this course at FLLCasts. Although about 560 students have passed through it in our academies they were using another older platform. For feedback, you can email email@example.com.
Building instructions for a LEGO EV3 steering car. We use two large motors, so that the rear wheels will be driven independently by a separate motor. For your convinience, you can use the EV3-G MyBlock for moving the Boomer.
- 14 Jan 2018