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24 piece or 10 piece?

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 This is a challenge to build a car with Mindstorms EV3 with only 24 parts or less.  Here I show 3 different cars - on with 24 parts that can drive with a remote control, 21 parts that can drive with programming and a 14 part car that can drive only straight...and just for fun made a 10 part car that can go only straight and possibly scratch the surfaces it drives on....(not recommended)

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  1. bbratzel

    What a wonderful video–great job showing increasingly simple models and what each is capable of! Hope your family doesn’t mind the scratched table…

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