Category Classes with students
It's the second version of the Robot Base 4, but with rotated inside motor.
- 15 Jul 2017
Introduction to robotics. Learn how to move the robot around in various ways. Getting to know the first of the sensors. The robot can feel its surroundings with the help of the Touch sensor. The first level of the Robotics with LEGO curriculum for students in second, third or fourth grades.
In this course, we would like to introduce you to multi-purpose attachments. These are attachments designed to accomplish a number of missions when the robot goes out of the base in the FIRST LEGO League competitions.
You've all seen them. They are kind of large, powered by a few motors and sometimes use rubber bands, levers and other mechanisms.
Use the course as a preseason preparation and try to solve the tasks to prepare for next year competition. Even if you don't have the field, build the attachments and follow the tasks to inspect their behaviour. Modify them as needed when said.
This is the first draft of the course including only the attachments in different sections. If you are interested in learning more please enrol in the course and in the next few weeks we would try to record the video tutorials.
This is a Material supplementing the Instructors training course. Attached is our methodology for working with students. If you spend some time to read it beforehand, we can discuss only the questions that you have, instead of listening to the whole thing. That will be a more efficient usage of our time in the training.
- 01 Apr 2018
The second version of the Ev3 Easy Bot. This 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
These are buliding instructions for the FTC robot and collecting attachments with it. We are doing small modifications of the push bot.
- 25 Jul 2017
The third version of the EV3 Easy Bot. This is a simple and easy to follow robot, that aims at showing the use of tyres on robots. The robot has a gear up ratio and no tyres, so it is quite fast and entertaining.
- 01 Dec 2017
Building instructions for the robot build with LEGO Mindstorms EV3. It is called "Frankenstein" because the two motors are in two different directions.
- 28 Feb 2016