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Educate nxt

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

Educate NXT PowerPoint Index

Includes sample screenshots


Nxt an introduction

NXT – An Introduction

  • The NXT Brick features

  • NXT Sensors

  • NXT-G Workspace

  • NXT-G Blocks and their placement

Back to INDEX


Obstacle navigation

Obstacle Navigation

  • Three ways to turn

  • The steering slider

  • Accurate turning

  • 90-degree turn

  • Navigation course

Back to INDEX


Navigation accuracy

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

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

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

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

Robot Sumo – Giving Intelligence

  • Autonomy

  • Behaviors

  • Flowcharts

  • Attaching an Ultrasonic sensor

  • Sensor priority

Back to INDEX


Follow the leader

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

Establishing a Bluetooth Connection

  • Turning Bluetooth on

  • Master and Slave

  • Passkey

  • Previously established connections

Back to INDEX


Gearing

Gearing

  • Equipment required

  • Basic gearing setups

  • Gear multipliers

  • Compound gearing

  • Gear ratios

  • Big compound gearing

Back to INDEX


The corridor challenge

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

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

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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