This is a video on my YouTube channel for the EV3 EXOSKEL3TON.
- 2 EV3 bricks,
- 2 NXT bricks,
- 4 large EV3 motors,
- 1 medium EV3 motor,
- and 5 NXT motors.
|DaVinci mark 1|
|Mike, Martyn and Anika at the German Final WRO2015|
|Asha, Sanjay and Arvind ;)|
|Sonya's owl made with EV3|
|Jane, Bettina, Maureen and Filippa|
"We are members of a FIRST LEGO League (FLL) team and the founders of EV3Lessons.com, a website with LEGO Mindstorms EV3 programming tutorials for users of all levels.
We continue to add and update the collection of lessons on the site. We are also adding resources that a user might need - such as basic robot build designs, worksheets and discussion guides for use in a classroom.
Who uses our lessons?The target audience for the lessons is more than FIRST LEGO League
Teams. The lessons are used by thousands of robotics teams, schools, boy scouts, and non-profits in 95 countries. We want our tutorials to be available to users around the world regardless of income level and, therefore, we do not charge for our lessons.
We are adding lesson translations to help the site reach more children globally. The lessons are already translated into Dutch and Portuguese. We are working to add Spanish next month. These translations are completed by volunteers who speak the native language. For example, NXT Generation, an FLL team from the Netherlands, translated the site and lessons into Dutch.
Creating a Collaborative Environment for EV3 Users
You can download our lessons at www.ev3lessons.com. You can reach us at email@example.com."
In these tutorials, I discuss a topic and teach you how to implement it into an EV3 robot. Many of my tutorials are FLL related and aim to give some tips that could help you score more points on the mat.
You can watch one of my tutorials, “Building Your FLL Robot” right here:
Please don’t be afraid to give me any feedback, and if you know anyone who might benefit from seeing this video, go right ahead and share it with them! I would really appreciate it! You can also suggest future topics!
Thanks for your time, and enjoy! :)
"Codie is a new robotic toy which teaches children the principles of computer coding, our mission is to help children understand how technology works.
We have created a unique visual programming language, which organizes the code of robotics into blocks. Children can easily arrange these blocks to create programs, which is then run by the toy robot. While playing, you get familiar to basic coding principles like if-else structures, variables or subroutines. The next version of the app will support Java as well, you’ll be able to export your Codie program into Java, then modify the code there and then import back to see what has changed in the behavior of the robot.
What are we doing on a Mindstorms blog? We’re planning to implement Mindstorms compatibility in our app, so you would be able to program your sets with our visual coding language! We already have plans for the 2nd generation of Codie with a special board featuring LEGO pegs, so you can connect your bricks and bring new creations forth.
Codie has gone a long way since the first version was created in late 2013, and we’re still in the development process, but we already have a few working prototypes at hand. Codie will be first available when we launch our crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo early February, until that follow us on Facebook or on Twitter!
If you want to lay your hands on Codie as early as possible, check out our website http://getcodie.com and subscribe for our newsletter to be first to know when we launch and other subscriber-only deals!
If you want to share you have any ideas or thoughts about Codie, feel free to tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org"