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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In this activity, a group of students each build a robot. Each robot is assigned a number. It will then have to tag other robots with the number by using mail. Five tags and the robot takes on that robot’s number. The winner is the robot that has given its number to the most other […]
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Design and construct a car and program it to travel in a straight line until it hits a wall. Once it hits the wall, program the car to reverse direction and continue until it hits another wall at which point it stops. Tip: What sensors can be used to detect collisions between objects? Resources […]
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Think of an intelligent way to set up a “voting booth” to gather data, and plot this data on a graph for analysis. Tip 1: What sensor can you implement for collecting this data? Touch sensor? IR sensor? Resources Lesson plan: Voting booth – NXT + ROBOLAB (PDF) Lesson plan: Voting Booth – RCX […]
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