Scratch and LEGO WeDo

You may have heard of the computer programming language Scratch. It’s a child-friendly system where you code by dragging around colored blocks and snapping them together – and for that reason some schools call it ‘Computer LEGO’. Even better, Scratch has a built-in extension that allows it to work with LEGO’s WeDo robot kits. I want […]

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NXT-G power programming tips

What to do, what not do, and where it pays to be cautious! This posts throws light on some very important aspects of programming robots in NXT-G. Any program that we write for NXT-G should work without crashing, without lagging, and it should be light on the processor and as well as the memory! What […]

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