Pick Pitbot Up!
Our Robot Are Leaving Body & Paint Shop — LEGO Episode #28
Yeah! PitBot is almost ready!
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The LEGO Sumo Octagon Arena? The SUMO LEGO cage is an octagonal structure with floors of Medium-Density Fibreboard wood chain-link fence coated with tennis ball net assembly. The standard octagon has a diameter of 36 inches (91.44 cm) with a 6.003937 inches (15.25 cm) the same high of a tennis ball net assembly. The cage sits atop a platform, raising it 1 inch (2.54 cm) from the ground.
And there you go!
In the next Lego Episode, we’re releasing PitBot into the wild!
80 ° Ardu_Serie — 4-Channel Line Tracker Sensor — Ensures a Successful & Accurately Navigation For Your Robot
23° ArduSeries — PID sample for Arduino — HowTo Control devices with PIDLibrary
5/5 Part JayThree Balancing Car Project — PID without a PhD
01º Lego Episode — Our Startup’s Journey — Invaders and Invasions?
02º Lego Episode — Timmyton — Lego-Learning-By-Playing — L2BP Series
04º Lego Episode — Lego Motions — Tribot v 1.0 — Seeing Your Creation Move — Move Steering Block
05º Lego Episode — Lego Motions — Move Tribot Around — And Backward…Five Programs Files
06º Lego Episode — Lego Sensors — Touch N Color — Two out of five human senses — Touch N Sight
07º Lego Episode — Lego Sensor — LineFollower — Line Follower Tribot v1.0
08º Lego Episode — Maze Solving Robot v1 — Lego Solution Right-Wall-Follower-Robot
09° Lego Episode — Gettle_&_Sound_Bots — How gentle can a robot be? What is the audible range of the human ear? How deep can we dive?
10° Lego Episode — Data Logging — Data Collection and the EV3
11º Lego Episode — Binning the LineFollower Code — Binning: Arithmetic To Map Sensor Reading
12º Lego Episode — A Proportional LineFollower Robot — Advanced Math To Improve Your Robot’s Steering
8th KidSeries — J3 Follower Line Robot v1.0 — The Simplest Follower Line Robot
13º LEGO Theory — Multitasking — A very Useful Programming Technique
14º LEGO formula — Normalizing Data — Converting Data to Use The Same Range
15º Lego Episode — PID — The Ultimate Line Follower — Algorithm for your EV3 PID Line Follower Robot
16° Lego Meets Pixy Episode — How to Connect Your Inexpensive Camera Module to Lego
18° Lego Episode — GEARS & WORMS — Geartrains & Worm & Clutch Gears
23° Lego Episode — Differential Explained — How Differential Works?
24° Lego Episode — PitBot — A Star Is Born — Working at The First Structure in Our Sparring Robot
25° Lego Episode — PitBot Is Agressive? Well, No Worries! — Making PitBot bite!
26° Lego Episode — Dancing Good w/ PitBot — All The Secret for Replicate This Awesome Robot
27 ° LEGO Episode — Sumo Arena is Ready! — Here is the playing arena for Arduino x Lego
28 ° Lego Episode —Pick Pitbot Up! Our Robot Are Leaving Body & Paint Shop
28 ° LEGO — B — Episode — Pitbot Battery & Sensor Setup — Preparing The infrastructure for running Arduino code
29 ° LEGO Episode — Bridging All Sensors Together — Pitbot — Collecting All Codes for the Final Act of Giving Behaviors to Robot