Larry the Dropbot Larry the Drop bot Dropping mechanism Background story for Larry Dropping mechanism Programming Its into the future and we finally found a planet that is almost the size of our Earth and perfect for humans to inhabit. It has water, gaint trees (for the lack of Carnivores on the planet), breathable air […]
Hello! We are Malina and Marusia. UFO Counter How we made UFO Counter? Our program Our advanced program How does it work? Thank you for this challenge. See you next year!
Hello ! I am Arjun Rajesh. I made a Space Rocket that can Launch Satellite from Earth to Mars.
This is Safari Gavin. He is famous on the Discovery Channel. (Not Really)
Hello, we are Malina and Marusia and this is our robot How we build it? How does it work? Our robot Code Little presentation Having fun!! 🙂
ev3 playing some notes This is E-Bach the robot that is learning to play the piano. We tried a lot of designs. Directly connecting the fingers (lego bars) to the motors and also trying diffrent gears to create the timing of the fingers going up and down. Then we finally settled on the cams. We […]
Our robot uses a four-bar linkage to move the beam that strikes the triangle.
Has three sensors: ultrasonic, light and touch. Each plays one instrument: drum, maraca or bells. *warning unstable*
It is an EV3 robot which hits a triangle with its long arm. The arm is controlled by a button. When pushed down, it moves the arm down and when the button is let go, the arm moves up.
Our robot is a percussion machine. It has a rainmaker, little tambourine and some bells for a little tune.
Our class tried to make touch-sensor-controlled sweepers that would clear 100 LEGO bricks in 30 seconds. In this video we cleared every brick–except one!
Our class tried to make touch-sensor-controlled sweepers that would clear 100 LEGO bricks in 30 seconds. We decided to try to sweep the bricks out of the way!
Our class tried to make touch-sensor-controlled sweepers that would clear 100 LEGO bricks in 30 seconds. We added a bar to the back of our sweeper so that it would push bricks going in either direction.
Our class tried to make touch-sensor-controlled sweepers that would clear 100 LEGO bricks in 30 seconds. We used the plastic conveyer-belt pieces to make a plow.