Virtual Robots, Brick Emulators, and Simulated Environments

Are you looking for a way to enable your students to program a LEGO robot without access to the hardware? Here's… [more]

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Why Doesn’t My Robot Drive Straight?

It seems reasonable to expect that when you program a robot to drive straight, it should just work.… [more]

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Make Way for Ducklings

The classic children's book Make Way For Ducklings by Robert McCloskey provided inspiration for a workshop… [more]

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TrotBot Walking Machine

After teaching a challenge-based LEGO Engineering class for two years, I wanted to offer a really difficult… [more]

TrotBot Walking Machine TrotBot Walking Machine

EV3 Projectile Launcher

This is the EV3 projectile launcher, inspired by RobotlCare’s Ball3r. The goal behind the EV3 Projectile… [more]

EV3 Projectile Launcher EV3 Projectile Launcher

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