This is the program for the motorcycle Ninja
- 07 Jun 2019
This is the program for the motorcycle Ninja
This project is for Yolanda - LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Sailship robot. It contains three programs.
The first one simply moves the robot forward and in the middle changes the sail position.
The second one makes the robot follow the direction of the wind indefinetly, while the robot moves "around an island". The following the direction of the wind is achieved with the gyro sensor and a two-state program.
The third one makes the robot do the same as the second one, but now the following the direction of the wind is done with a 3-state program, which means that it has a state, in which the sails arent moving.
This program is for Iknathir - LEGO Mindstorms EV3 aircraft carrier robot. It makes the aircraft carrier robot start spinning the wheels on its motors immediately after starting it. Then, after the lever is pushed, the wheels contract together and shoot the paper plane in the middle. When the lever is pulled afterwards, the wheels get away from the center again.
This program uses only two blocks to accomplish the mission. It is your choice to use this program for Self Aligning Module Attacher for M06 - Space Station Modules attachment or Self Aligning Module Attacher for M06 - Space Station Modules program.
The block that constanlty increase the speed while turning. The goal of this is to reduce the acceleration of the robot when it starts turning so that no modules will fall.
There is only one input parameter in this block and this is the Angle on which you want your robot to rotate.
This Program controls the Module With Aligning Attacher for M08 - Aerobic Exercise. This is a demo program to show how to move robot acurately to the modul. Also how to attach the robot to the modul and acomplish the mission.
This program is for Lifter - an attachment for SUV Box Robot and Into Orbits M09–Strength Exercise material. In this program you may need to change the values in the Wait - Color Sensor blocks if the program is not working properly. The program ses also Gyro sensor, that mean that you have to check do you have a gyro drift. If you have such, turn of the robot and start it again. After turning it on, do not touch the robot until it is completely loaded and ready to run. In that way you are going to cancel the gyro drift.
This is the demo program for the attachment at the material - FLL 2018: Attachment To Accomplish The Into Orbit Extraction (05) Robot Game Missions. With this program you can put the robot near the 30 degree line in the base and also near the base border.
The program that Nightbeast team use for their first Run in FLL Into Orbit Challange. In this run they solve two missions: SpaceTravel and Solar Panel .
The program that Nightbeast team use for their second Run in FLL Into Orbit Challange. In this run they Inserts the Tube Module into the Habitation Hub port on the west side, move all four Core Samples so they are no longer touching the axle that held them in the Core Site Model and place the Gas Core Sample completely in Base.
The program that Nightbeast team use for their second Run in FLL Into Orbit Challange. In this run they еject the 2x4 Brick by placing a Regolith Core Sample into the 3D Printer, make the Crater Crossing mission and scores a meteoroid (shoot a ball).
The program that Nightbeast team use for their second Run in FLL Into Orbit Challange. In this run they tries to make missions M10–Food Production, M12–Satellite Orbits and Move the Cone Module to base. But this program should be upgraded.
The program that Nightbeast team use for their second Run in FLL Into Orbit Challange. In this run they solve Mission 11–Escape Velocity and Mission 13–Observatory.
This is the program for the self aligning passive attachment for rendezvous and meeting between the tube module and the habitation hub. The material is Self Aligning Module Attacher for M06 - Space Station ModulesCreator
This program demonstrates how to use a tree of switches to recognise a pattern and offers a unique password protection for each one of them vie special MyBlock, that can be copied for every new added user.
This program reads barcodes and displays the products they correspond with.
This project is for Hrutur - a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Ram robot. The project includes two programs. The first one makes the robot go forward for two seconds and then detect if it has collided with something and if it has, it goes backwards for half a second. The second program is basically the same, but checks a lot more frequently whether the robot is hit, and is repeated in a loop. Both programs use motor rotation sensor to detect collision.
This Program controls the FLL 2018: Attachment To Accomplish The Into Orbit Space Walk Emergency (07) Robot Game Mission. This is a demo program to show how to use this attachment. Also to use this program with 100% succes rate you will have to use starting guider in the base.
This program is for Susan and Mark - a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 T-Rex chasing a car. The program makes the T-Rex wait for the car to reach a certain speed, and then attack it. This is made to resemble the T-Rex's said inability to see slow moving things. The goal of the program is to get the car's cable to stretch, while moving it by hand, when its wheels are turning and without the T-Rex noticing. The detection is made using the current power option on the motor rotation sensor.
This program is for Frog Bot - LEGO Mindstorms Robot that could jump. The program makes the robot move like a toy car with a wind up mechanism. It starts by waiting for three seconds, when you should turn the legs of the frog by hand backward. Then it makes a sound, and the robot starts jumping forward, as much as you have wound it up. The program uses motor rotation sensor to know how much it was wound up.