7 EXP Robotics Q1Instructor: Julian, C.
Robotics Engineering basic course that explores the use of sensors to accomplish robotic tasks. Design challenge ends the course using knowledge learned.
This class meets 3 times per week: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
- Using Sensors
- Robotic Engineering 2
Week of 10/26
This week, we wrap up the quarter by submitting your "Robot Butler" project for grading.
Week of 10/20
This week, your team continues to try to keep up with the Mini's dog. Pick up the trash, clean up the mud, and put food in his bowl. Oh, and don't forget to take him for a walk!
Week of 10/12
This week, your team will begin your final project. This project requires you to design, build, and program your robot to take care of the Mini's 200 lb St. Bernard dog.
Week of 10/5
This week, your team will learn about how a touch sensor and ultrasonic sensor work. What are the differences? How are they like certain animals? When would you use each?
Week of 9/28
This week your team will "Follow the Guidelines" by using a light sensor to make your robot autonomously follow a line.
Week of 9/21
This week your team will learn about sound sensors, making your robot "Clap On, Clap Off"
Week of 9/14
This week, your team will perform activities using a "Wait For" Block in the programming. Your robot will move "Full Speed Ahead" and "Right Face".
Week of 9/7
This week, you will team up and begin your first activity, "Full Speed Ahead".
Week of 9/1
This week, you will work on your internet research assignment on robotics. We will also be introduced to our new software on using sensors. You will team up and get your kits issued and begin our first activity.
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