This is a White Stick-esque gadget that checks for obstacles. It can aid navigation for the visually impaired people. In setting one, it announces obstacles, in setting two it generates vibrations using motor.
This ATM Machine checks if the card has green color, then it opens the drawer with quarters. The drawer works on rack and pinion gear arrangement.
Daniel, Elio and Ranuga from GNLS collaborated on this incredible robot.
With its thrashing tail and moving claws, The Predator, built by Will S, Will F and Sam from GNLS, would be a match for any prey. You had better lock the doors!
Watch out for the Spik3r Spider by Neha, Tanisha and Riana from GNLS! It has sharp claws and a brightly coloured shell.
Sophie, Samantha, Elisabeth and Lena from GNLS collaborated to construct this interesting beast that uses it’s tail to smash its way through a Lego wall.
Ephraim, Zeke, David and Alexander from GNLS built this praying mantis. It’s interesting movements are triggered by a sensor.
This is “Creepy” created by CJ, Joel and Eden from GNLS. Their bot’s movement can be triggered by a sensor.
Jasmine and Nirvana from GNLS built a butterfly bot that can follow a line. They used two motors and a colour sensor for their robot and built brightly coloured wings from Lego.
This reptilian all-terrain vehicle uses gearing off of one servo to clamber across the classroom. Design, construction, and coding by Matthew, a first-year student in Mrs. Bridges’ robotics class.