The Scribbler 3 robot features LED indicator lights and a built-in speaker – all accessible in your programs using the BlocklyProp programming environment. Click here to experience Lights and Sounds with your S3!
Take your S3 for a test drive with these BlocklyProp Simple Scribbler tutorials featuring Motors blocks. Drive speeds, drive distances, draw shapes and have fun!
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Have you ever wondered what your Arduino Shield Robot would be like as a cat? Try this Arduino project and watch your robot take on a new feline personality – attitude and all.
Show off your ActivityBot's multitasking skills with this IR remote control Propeller C project. Change directions or speed while playing music, or vice versa, without the need for coding interrupts. Just watch out for obstacles or your robot could develop a mind of its own!
Have you ever wondered what your Propeller C ActivityBot would be like as a cat? Try this Propeller C-language project and watch your robot take on a new feline personality – attitude and all.
This is a listing of discussion topics and resources for the VTEEA 2016 workshop series, held July 26-28, 2016.
Program your ActivityBot to drive a square, rectangle, circle, hexagon...whatever polygonal shape you desire! This Propeller C tutorial shows you how to execute precision moves with just a little bit of simple trigonometry and the SimpleIDE libraries you've been using all along.
Turn your BASIC Stamp-based Boe-Bot into an Arduino Uno-based Shield-Bot with our Retrofit Kit. Try "Robotics with the BOE Shield for Arduino" and its breadboard-based DIY sensor circuits. Follow up with bonus Shield-Bot projects, Robot Competition Ideas, and other Arduino-friendly Parallax sensors and accessories.
Want more room on your Shield-Bot? Mount the Board of Education Shield with an Arduino Uno on the Arlo! With a few connections, tests, and the inclusion of the ArloRobot library, any Shield-Bot code will run.