Loosing parts

Programming level 1

Figures moving with axes

P1

How to build

Figures moving with axes

  • The woman, the gentleman and the lame dog, as well as the little boy, are all built with axes to move their limbs.
  • The mug is also in the scene.

P1

Figures moving with axes

P1

Programming level 2

Four-button robot

P2

How to build

Four-button robot

  • The little boy can be steered forwards-backwards-right-left with 4 Touch sensors.
  • Use the console to guide the robot to the mug and the lame dog.
  • 1 – 1 LED and 1 – 1 Touch sensors are joined to the mug and the lame dog.
  • When the boy reaches one of them, the LED will flash when the corresponding button is pressed.

P2

Four-button robot

P2

P2

Programming level 3

Distance-sensing robot

P3

How to build

Distance-sensing robot

  • The little boy has 2 IR photoreflectors built into the front, on either side of the robot.
  • If you place the mug or the lame dog in front of one of the sensors, the robot moves forward by turning in that direction.

P3

Distance-sensing robot

P3

Distance-sensing robot

P3

Programming level 4

Self-operated robots controlled by IR photoreflectors

P4

How to build

Self-operated robots controlled by IR photoreflectors

  • The little boy is built like in P3.
  • The lame dog and the mug are connected to a robot, and 1 -1 IR photoreflector and 1-1 LED are placed on them.
  • We also mount an IR photoreflector in the front and centre.
  • The robot automatically avoids objects in front of it, the mug and the lame dog.
  • If the sensor in the middle detects something, the robot stops.
  • When the little boy is near the lame dog or the mug, the LEDs flash.

P4

Self-operated robots controlled by IR photoreflectors

P4

Self-operated robots controlled by IR photoreflectors

P4