If you are new to the Blockly programming environment with the Propeller development boards, including the Activity Board WX, start here. This tutorial will introduce you to BlocklyProp and prepare you using it with other tutorials and your own projects.
The Scribbler 3 robot excels at autonomously navigating, following lines, and avoiding obstacles using its various onboard sensors. The tutorials in this section will teach you how to create and modify S3 navigation programs in the BlocklyProp programming environment.
If you're new to the S3 and/or BlocklyProp programming environment, start here. This section has tutorials that will introduce you to BlocklyProp and to the blocks you'll be programming with in future tutorials.
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!
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.
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.
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.