This video tutorial contains a detailed explanation on how we accomplish the FIRST LEGO League 2018-2019 Into Orbit mission called M08. AEROBIC EXERCISE. This again is a very interesting mission from the competition. We could learn a lot of basic principles in the field of robotics. This mission requires the robot do to something very fast and many times.
- 27 May 2019
- LEGO MINDSTORMS, LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3
- Align, FIRST LEGO League, FIRST LEGO League 2018-2019 Into Orbit, EV3, FLL, FLL 2018
Align to the mission model
The mission model is not close to the base but it is close to the north border. It is quite easy to reach it and once you do you should align to the mission model. On the attachment we again have two guiding beam for aligning.
Simple program, complex mechanics
The program for this mission is very simple. We just rotate the motors and this power the attachment. What is difficult is building the attachment. It is a complex construction of gear wheels and levers that are all interconnected between themselves and working together to accomplish the mission.
Courses and lessons with this Tutorial
This Tutorial is used in the following courses and lessons
FIRST LEGO League (FLL) 2018-2019 Into Orbit Challenge. Solutions and Review
Our goal with this course is to do a recap of FIRST LEGO League 2018-2019 Into Orbit competition. We'll show different solutions for some of the missions along with discussion on the approaches. We hope that a recap like this could help team prepare for next year. With available building instructions, ready to use programs this course is perfect for exercise on the missions from the competition.
M08 Aerobic Exercise
The M08. AEROBIC EXERCISE is one of the very common types of mission in FIRST LEGO League robotics competitions. I think this pattern of missions was first introduced with the growing abilities of the participating students that were constantly reaching the maximum number of points. So the competition introduced mission that require a lot of time - 20-30 seconds, are time consuming and are complex. They requires a lot of moves. This here is a video tutorial on how it could be accomplished
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