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  • Robotics for Schools
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    Original URL path: http://www.roboticsforschools.eu/component/mailto/?tmpl=component&template=rt_ricochet&link=ddc1968d321a2997d6b1cab19745ccc19c0fddbb (2016-04-30)
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  • How to make robot move, part 3: procedures, loops and logical thinking.
    procedures and loops You will use a graphical programming language provided by Lightbot Design Process 1 Go to the website https lightbot com 2 Watch the tutorial video from the startpage or straight from this link https player vimeo com video 146915827 3 If you are using PC or Mac s start Lightbot from this link https lightbot com hocflash html requires Flash player If you are using mobile devices download a free Lightbot Code of Hour app from your appstore links on the right panel 4 Start from the stage 1 where you will learn how to use Lightbot 5 You can work with your pair and use your own phone if you are allowed to 6 On stage 2 you can start using procedures which makes your coding faster 7 On stage 3 you can use start using loops 8 How many stages you were able to pass Conclusion As a conclusion from parts 1 2 and 3 you should be now able to define such terms as command line debugin algorithms and loops These terms are essential in understanding the coding and factors that affect to robots actions Can you define this terms with your classmates Have

    Original URL path: http://www.roboticsforschools.eu/roboquests-level1/procedures-loops-and-logical-thinking-all-you-need-to-code?tmpl=component&print=1&page= (2016-04-30)
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  • Robotics for Schools
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  • Secure car
    alarms is generally same flash lights and make loud noise to draw attention It could also send a signal to owner s key Types of sensors used can be seen in the picture They are all connected to alarm controller and are measuring physical values such as interior pressure sound door locks etc If there is a change in environment such as loud noise in the cabin it sends a signal to controller Of course we have to take into account that some noise might come in from the streets So the level of trigger value should be according to the environment That is the reason why some cars are so sensitive and alarm goes off when pedestrian is walking too close Some cars have systems that warn before alarm going off Design Process Find out what type of sensors you could use to make a car alarm Develop a schematic of the system on the paper such as in the picture Think of how to arm and disarm the robot How to make noise or some other ways to draw attention Make the hardware compatible to your ideas Develop program to be ran on your hardware Develop a user

    Original URL path: http://www.roboticsforschools.eu/roboquests-level2/autoalarm-2?tmpl=component&print=1&page= (2016-04-30)
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  • Robotics for Schools
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  • Hungry Robots
    which one right If robot sees with light sensor the food it stops and eats If robot does not see any color it drives forward unlimited Rest of the colors make robot to turn 90 degrees left or right Would you be able to add more funny behaviours when robot sees fourth color on your choice Design Process 1 Find three different color papers 2 Decide meaning of each color to the robot One must be food which makes the robot to stand still and eat 3 Make the algorithm that makes the robot to find food Robot moves itself differently when seeing one or another type of paper 3 Program the robot according to algorithm and try it out Try the program by making a trail of food Leave the food to the end See how robot acts Make a competition between students There are two competitors and one robot Competitors try to get the robot to their side with colorful papers Winner is the competitor who gets the robot to their food Conclusion Animals are following their senses like smell and visual to find food While not seen animals smell the food How many inputs your robot is

    Original URL path: http://www.roboticsforschools.eu/roboquests-level2/naeljane-robot-2?tmpl=component&print=1&page= (2016-04-30)
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  • Robotics for Schools
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  • Blog
    by helping other teams to fix their robots or clean robot competition tables between sessions The winning team named Triblox will represent Estonia in the FIRST LEGO League Open European Championship competition in Tenerife Spain During the event NPO Robootika introduced Robotics for Schools project to the Estonian and international teachers and students It was a great competition and it was a lot of fun Look out for our next blog post where partner Engelbrektsskolan from Sweden will describe their experience in the FIRST LEGO League final Resources for teachers and pupils coming soon The aim of the Robotics for Schools project is to help bridge the gap between learners teachers and curriculum planners in Robotics education We are producing a series of resources which will be available to all schools teachers and pupils soon They include publications on how to implement robotics education in schools descriptions of tools and equipment available and good practice examples from around Europe We are also producing a series of RoboQuests and supporting material These are problem based challenges for teachers to use directly with pupils and are offered at different skill and experience levels Each RoboQuest will provide a task the process to go through to achieve the task and a variety of web based supporting material to help complete the RoboQuest Teachers will be able to login to get further information on the different robotics platforms or other equipment could be used by the pupils Each RoboQuest has a series of learning outcomes and are linked to 5 themes At Home At Leisure At Work Helping People and The Environment Use the Contact page to send us your details so we can update you when they are available RFS team visit Intelligent Robotics Lab The Robotics for Schools project partners recently met

    Original URL path: http://www.roboticsforschools.eu/se/blog (2016-04-30)
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