1. Sound display

    Sound display

    The idea of this challenge is to collect and display sound data from the NXT sound sensor in real time on the LCD display of the NXT. You could include the ability to pause data collection by bumping a button to “freeze” a particular screen of the data until another...

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  2. Third-party sensors: Code examples

    Third-party sensors: Code examples

    Here is a collection of code examples for third party sensors. Codatex Download Codatex code examples (ZIP) including: RFID read NXT-G – This code will use the Codatex RFID sensor to find the correct RFID tag. Once the RFID sensor finds the correct tag, it will make a sound and the...

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  3. Sample music: NXT-G

    Sample music: NXT-G

    Here is a collection of programs written in NXT-G that play a range of well known and some maybe not so well known tunes. Sample music NOTE: All files are zipped *.rbt files. See below for instructions. Bingo Buffalo Soldier Call On Me Hot Cross Buns Mary Had a Little...

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  4. NXT building tips

    NXT building tips

    NXT Building Tips is a brief PDF guide to tips and tricks for building with the LEGO NXT, including: Basic LEGO brick stacking Using pegs to connect beams Connecting beams using axles and bushings Constructing sturdy shapes Attaching a wheel to a motor so that the motor turns Attaching motors...

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  5. Random motion

    Random motion

    The code will run Motor A in a random direction (via a Random-Comparison Block combination), at a random speed, for a random amount of time. The motor speeds will fall between 0-100 and the time will fall between 0-3 seconds. Resources Random Motion.rbt (ZIP)

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  6. RCX quick guide

    RCX quick guide

    Building a sturdy structure The keys to building a sturdy structure are as follows: 1. Use interconnecting bricks. When you interconnect your bricks, the structure will not fall apart when you move it. 2.  Flick Test: Test the durability of your structure with a simple flick of your finger. If...

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  7. Light theremin

    Light theremin

    In this activity, use an NXT brick equipped with two light sensors to emulate a theremin. One sensor will change pitch as the amount of light sensed changes, and the other sensor will change volume as the amount of light sensed changes. The theremin is meant to be controlled with the...

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  8. ROBOLAB 2.9.4c patch

    ROBOLAB 2.9.4c patch

    This patch for ROBOLAB 2.9 fixes a few major issues with both the RCX and the NXT and adds some new features, including support for many 3rd party sensors. Use the extended help area to see example programs. To install this patch, you must already have ROBOLAB 2.9 or higher...

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