1. LabView examples: Sensors

    LabView examples: Sensors

    These examples (PDF) demonstrate the use of sensors in LabVIEW. Graphing sensor values This program takes sensor values and graphs them on the front panel. Line follower This program is provided in the “Behaviors” section of LabVIEW 2010. It can be very useful in more advanced projects, such as creating an...

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  2. Robo-Sundae: The Experiment

    Robo-Sundae: The Experiment

    It started as just the idea of creating a robot that could help. We wanted to think of a task or chore and make it easier through the use of LEGO Mindstorms and LabView 2010 for LEGO Mindstorms. We settled on making an ice cream sundae, a task both fun...

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  3. LabView examples: Motors

    LabView examples: Motors

    These examples (ZIP) demonstrate motor control in LabVIEW. Front Panel Steering Control This example shows how to control the steering icon using the front panel. Position Control This example shows how to keep an object a set distance away from the robot. Rotation Position Control This example demonstrates how to...

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  4. Smart house

    Smart house

    Design and construct a house which utilizes the sensors. For example, have the house greet incoming cars by turning the house lights on.  Resources Smart House lesson plan – NXT-G + ROBOLAB (PDF)

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  5. Bulldozer

    Bulldozer

    Design and construct a sturdy car that can push dirt, and program it to be controlled by touch sensors.      Tip 1 : How can the touch sensor be used to trigger the bulldozer to generate more torque? Resources Bulldozer Lesson Plan – NXT + NXT-G/ROBOLAB (PDF) Bulldozer Lesson...

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  6. ROBOLAB quick guide

    ROBOLAB quick guide

    Here is a selection code examples and some simple challenges for the various modes of ROBOLAB, i.e. Pilot, Inventor, and Investigator. In each case, the idea is to copy the sample code and then see if you can work out how to modify it as suggested. Pilot 1 Requirements: A...

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  7. Dancing robot

    Dancing robot

    Design, construct and program a dancing robot that has at least two moving parts and at most two motors. Set your robot’s dance to music. Resources Dancing Robot lesson plan – ROBOLAB + NXT-G (PDF)  

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  8. The stubborn car

    The stubborn car

    Think of a way to design and construct the stubborn car: a car that will always return to its original place no matter how far it is rolled away from its starting point. Tip: How can you track the rotary motion of the car’s wheels? This challenge provides a great...

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