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Educate NXT. PowerPoints. INDEX. Educate NXT PowerPoints can be used: In conjunction with Educate NXT the book or as a separate resource in the Robotics classroom.

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Educate NXT

PowerPoints

INDEX

  • Educate NXT PowerPoints can be used:

  • In conjunction with Educate NXT the book or as a separate resource in the Robotics classroom.

  • By teachers to aid with lesson presentation or by students to aid their understanding of robotics concepts and LEGO NXT (Note: Programming solution slides can be found at the end of a number of PowerPoints. These slides should be removed if encouraging student autonomy in learning.)

Created by Chris Bracken


Educate NXT PowerPoint Index

Includes sample screenshots


NXT – An Introduction

  • The NXT Brick features

  • NXT Sensors

  • NXT-G Workspace

  • NXT-G Blocks and their placement

Back to INDEX


Obstacle Navigation

  • Three ways to turn

  • The steering slider

  • Accurate turning

  • 90-degree turn

  • Navigation course

Back to INDEX


Navigation Accuracy

  • One Rotation = Circumference

  • How far: Ratio and rotation

  • Four Poles Challenge

  • Programmed curve turning

  • Split tasks and Wait for Time blocks

Back to INDEX


One Light Sensor Line Follow

  • Attaching and reading a Light sensor

  • Line Follow explanation

  • Flowchart

  • Trigger points

  • Switches

  • Loops

Back to INDEX


Two Light Sensors Line Follow

  • Attaching two Light sensors

  • Four possibilities for two Light sensors

  • Flowchart

  • Switch within a Switch

Back to INDEX


Robot Sumo

  • Real Sumo and Robot Sumo

  • The doyho

  • Remote-controlled Sumo

  • Flowcharts

  • Wait for Touch, Loops

  • Split tasks

Back to INDEX


Robot Sumo – Giving Intelligence

  • Autonomy

  • Behaviors

  • Flowcharts

  • Attaching an Ultrasonic sensor

  • Sensor priority

Back to INDEX


Follow the Leader

  • Naming the NXT Brick

  • Assigning behaviors

  • Random block

  • Send and Receive Message block

  • Wiring to Data hubs

  • Running two separate programs

Back to INDEX


Establishing a Bluetooth Connection

  • Turning Bluetooth on

  • Master and Slave

  • Passkey

  • Previously established connections

Back to INDEX


Gearing

  • Equipment required

  • Basic gearing setups

  • Gear multipliers

  • Compound gearing

  • Gear ratios

  • Big compound gearing

Back to INDEX


The Corridor Challenge

  • Attaching an Ultrasonic sensor

  • Programming to turn right at an obstacle

  • The wall gets in the way!

  • A better path

  • Combining Wait for blocks and Switch blocks

Back to INDEX


Data Logging

  • Real Time Data logging

  • Data logging toolbar

  • Graphing motion (Scaling and Prediction)

  • Logging the Line Follow

  • The Data log Block (+ extra activities)

Back to INDEX


Bluetooth Remote Control

  • Making a remote control (R.C.)

  • Programming the R.C.

  • Text block

  • Resetting the Rotation sensors

  • Reading and sending sensor values

  • Receiving and acting on sensor values

Back to INDEX


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