The QTI Line Following Tutorial for BlocklyProp demonstrates how to install QTI sensors and program your ActivityBot 360° to follow an electrical tape line.
This project can easily be expanded into a multi-day classroom challenge through the addition of other navigational sensors, obstacles on the path, introducing open breaks in the line, and more.
New to BlocklyProp? Our Circuit Practice tutorial series is the perfect place to start!
Build simple circuits on a Propeller microcontroller development board, and create BlocklyProp graphical programs to interact with them. In no time, you will be blinking LEDs, controlling LEDs with pushbuttons, playing notes on a piezo speaker, and more.
Did you know that the BlocklyProp visual programming tool supports a variety of sensors right out of the package? Just wire up your circuit and start inventing!
This project demonstrates how to quickly and easily interface with an RFID Reader, store tag ID data in EEPROM memory, and then display it on an OLED display module.