Texas 4-H Basics of Robotics

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

Texas 4-H Basics of Robotics is a seven-week online course for adults and 4-H members interested in learning the basics of building and programming the Lego EV3 Robot. After enrollment, you'll go through multiple challenges and have access to resources to help you build your robot!

Course Information Texas 4-H Basics of Robotics is a 7-week online training course for adults and youth interested in learning the basics of building and programming the Lego EV3 Robot. Content includes easy-to-follow instructional videos, printable resources and weekly challenges. A computer with LEGO Mindstorm EV3 software and a base EV3 kit are required. Challenges include:Sort & Build: Organize the LEGO pieces, install software and build your robot. Driving School: Program using the motor blocks and learn how to drive your robot. Stay in Touch: Design and build a touch sensor attachment and learn how to use a loop structure. Eyes of the Robot: Explore the Color Sensor (Light Sensor) and the Ultrasonic Sensor. Design like an Engineer: Learn how engineers design new products and solve complex challenges through the Engineering Design Process. Helping Hand: Add a motorized arm to your robot and program the arm to move, pick up, and drop items. How Far, How Fast: Use your robot to measure distance and velocity and how adjusting systems affect them. Materials needed:One LEGO EV3 kitOne computer with LEGO Mindstorm EV3 software installedAdditional materials will be listed in each challenge

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