The mouse who exits the comic book

Programming level 1

Puppeteering

P1

How to build

a.) Build the Comic Mouse

  • The DC motor is driven directly from the batteries
  • Comic Mouse rolls up to the Sailor Mouse and the little mice.

b.) Comic Mouse mounted on robot carriage

  • Its program starts automatically on switch-on and rolls forward for 5 seconds to the Navigator Mouse and the group of little mice.

P1

Puppeteering "A" version

Puppeteering "B" version

P1

P2

Programming level 2

Comic Mouse and Navigator Mouse talking

P2

How to build

  • Build the Comic Mouse as in P1 b).
  • 2 Touch sensors and 1 Buzzer are attached
  • When one Touch sensor is pressed, it starts and when the other Touch sensor is pressed, it stops and the Buzzer mounted on it sounds in a high-pitched tone.
  • Build the Navigator Mouse Robot.
  • 1 Touch sensor, 1 servo motor and 1 Buzzer are connected.
  • Its program starts automatically when the robot is switched on.
  • The robot moves forward, stops when the Touch sensor is pressed and the servo motor lifts its head, while the Buzzer emits a low-pitched sound.

P2

Comic Mouse and Navigator Mouse talking

P2

P2

Programming level 3

Comic Mouse and Sailor Mouse meet

P3

How to build

  • Build the Comic Mouse, as in P2, 1 IR photoreflector is connected.
  • The Comic Mouse moves forward with random changes of direction.
  • When the IR photoreflector detects the Navigator Mouse, it stops and the Buzzer sounds a high-pitched tone.
  • Build the Sailor Mouse robot, as in P2, we connect a 5-button remote control console to it.
  • The Navigator Mouse can be controlled with 4 Touch sensors, so we guide it in front of the Comic Mouse.
  • By pressing the 5th button, the servo motor in the neck of the Navigator Mouse moves the robot's head up and down, and the Buzzer sounds a deep tone.

P3

Comic Mouse and Sailor Mouse meet

P3

P3

Programming level 4

Comic Mouse looking for the way

P4

How to build

  • Build the Comic Mouse, as in P2, we connect 3 IR Photoreflectors, 1 Buzzer and 1 Touch sensor, mount a servo motor in its neck.
  • The Comic Mouse detects and avoids obstacles by means of 1-1 IR Photoreflectors placed on the sides of the mouse.
  • When the 3rd IR Photoreflector, mounted in front, detects an obstacle, it stops.
  • When the Touch sensor is pressed, a servo motor built into the neck moves the head left and right and turns the Buzzer on with a high-pitched sound.
  • Build the Navigator Mouse robot, as in P2, an Accelerometer and 1 Touch sensor are attached.
  • The Navigator Mouse can be controlled with an accelerometer, so you can guide it to the Comic Book Mouse and press its push button.
  • When you press the push button on the Navigator Mouse, the servo motor mounted in its neck moves its head up and down and the Buzzer sounds a low tone.

P4

Comic Mouse looking for the way

P4

P4