7 Cat Robotics Q2Instructor: 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, Tuesday, and Friday.
- Using Sensors
- Robotic Engineering 2
We wrap up the quarter this week by submitting your project. See you next year!
This week will be your final week to program your Robot Butler to care of the Mini's house and St. Bernard dog.
This week, your team will begin your final project. Can you design and build a robot that can take care of and clean up after the Mini's dog?
This week, you will be introduced to your final project. The Mini's need your robot to take care of their mansion and their 200 pound St Bernard! Are you up for the task?
Wishing all a safe and joyous holiday break. See you next year!
This week, your team will learn to use the touch and ultrasonic sensors in the "Obstacle Detection" activity.
This week, your team will program your robot to "Follow the Guidelines."
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".
Below you will find documents that pertain to this class that you can download.
Welcome to a new quarter at WMS! I hope you are as excited as I am to explore robotics engineering technologies!
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