Get ready to build your robotics skills with this Propeller C Tutorial for the zippy ActivityBot. Learn how to make your robot navigate using a variety of sensors, using touch, ultrasound, visible light, and more!
Dive into robotics, graphical programming, electronics with the ActivityBot robot and BlocklyProp graphical programming! This tutorial will show you how.
This tutorial shows you how an IR remote can drive your ActivityBot, using BlocklyProp graphical programming. Whisker switch obstacle detectors or Ping))) Ultrasonic Distance Sensor also welcome!
Your ActivityBot robot can follow a line with an array of four QTI sensors in this BlocklyProp project.
Add some challenge to your BlocklyProp line-follow program with colored indicators to tell the ActivityBot 360 to turn right, left, or do a u-turn.
Your ActivityBot kit came with a microSD card, which you can use with your robot in a variety of ways. This Propeller C tutorial will show you how to control your robot's navigation by loading and executing drive commands from your SD card.
Drive your ActivityBot using your computer keyboard! This short .Propeller C tutorial will show you how.
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.
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.
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!