Here are Saturday’s notes on the soccer robot we are building.
Welcome to FLL at the Huonville LINC.
Here is a video which gives you an idea of what FLL is about at the world championship level:
Today is just an introduction to FLL.
Here is our agenda:
- Core values: discovery, teamwork, cooperatition, gracious professionalism “Competition for the sake not of destroying one another, but for the sake of bettering and improving both competitors as a result of the competition.”
“…. a way of doing things that encourages high-quality work, emphasizes the value of others, and respects individuals and the community. With Gracious Professionalism, fierce competition and mutual gain are not separate…” Professor Woodie Flowers
- FLL awards at the end: core values, research project, mission
- Time line: Hobart Regional,Dominic College, TAS, 18 November 2017
- Research project: water – how we find, transport, use, or dispose of it. https://www.first-lego-league.org/en/research-project.html
- Robot game missions: https://www.first-lego-league.org/en/2017/robotgame/missions.html
- Building the mission parts: http://www.first-lego-league.org/en/fll/robot-game/buildinginstruction.html
- More details about the mission:
- Log book: blog, photos, handwritten, Word document
- Contact details: my phone number and e-mail
- Contact details: student/parent contact details
- Next meeting
Here is my brother -in-law’s student’s robots:
He is at the Naval Acadamy
Hi everyone, today I worked on some code for a soccer robot that was prebuilt. Here are some screenshots of the code that was made:
The Main Body of Code:
Here is the “Kick” custom command block:
The robot worked okay, apart from a little fine tuning with this code the main thing that needed fixing was that the bot fell often fell over.
That is waiting for the next session of roboclub to come along to fix it.
Here is JD’s first robot.
With some help from Crusoe he upgraded his robot to two wheels.
Crusoe updated his front-loader robot using some assemblies we found in the boxes… a set of treads and a scoop from the Monday group. The treads were not as good as the ones that Cruoe built last month, but they will do for now. A solidly built, interesting little robot.
Here is Micah’s robot. It is a very solid robot that uses two color sensors to detect the lines and beep and change colour.