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Basic robot building with Lego Mindstorms Nxt 2.0, John Baichtal

Label
Basic robot building with Lego Mindstorms Nxt 2.0
Title
Basic robot building with Lego Mindstorms Nxt 2.0
Statement of responsibility
John Baichtal
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Baichtal, John
Dewey number
629.892
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Robots
  • Robots
  • Robotics
  • LEGO toys
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Basic robot building with Lego Mindstorms Nxt 2.0, John Baichtal
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • ch. 6. Building stronger models. Use multiple pegs -- Connect each part to as many others as possible -- Reinforce corners with angle beams -- Use combination parts and cross blocks -- Attach cross axles -- Combine technic and system bricks -- Use chassis bricks -- ch. 7. Know your sensors. Mindstorms sensors : Touch sensors ; Ultrasonic sensors ; Color sensors ; Sound sensor ; Motor -- Calibrating sensors -- Third-party sensors : Compass sensor ; Passive infrared (PIR) sensor ; Wi-Fi sensor ; Magnetic sensor ; Flex sensor ; Voltage sensor ; Barometric sensor ; Inertial motion sensor -- ch. 8. Advanced programming. Data wires : Green wires ; Yellow wires ; Orange wires ; Gray wires -- Connecting wires -- Additional blocks : Variable block ; Constant block ; Random block ; Keep alive block ; Light sensor block ; Rotation sensor block ; Display block ; Bluetooth block ; Logic block -- Creating your own blocks -- ch. 9. Project: Rebounder. Parts you need -- Step-by-step instructions -- A note about tank treads -- Programing the Rebounder -- ch. 10. Expanding on Mindstorms. Read blogs : The NXT STEP ; Mindstorms -- Design virtual models -- Attend gatherings : LUGs ; Conventions -- FIRST LEGO League -- Read BrickJournal -- Expand your collection : Bricklink ; Pick a Brick ; LEGO education -- Third-party brick makers : Omni Wheels ; Bricktronics ; Tetrix -- Print your own
  • ch. 1. Unboxing the LEGO Mindstorms NXT set. The box : Under the flap ; Opening the box -- The contents : Reading material ; Connector pegs ; 3M connector pegs ; Connector pegs with bushing ; Connector pegs with cross-axle ends ; 2M axle peg ; Connector peg with towball ; 1/2 connector pegs ; Bushings ; Cross axles ; Cross axles with end stops ; Wheels and treads ; Gears ; Teeth ; Balls ; Beams with pegs ; Beams ; Angle beams ; Car parts ; Steering links ; Angle elements ; Cross-axle connectors ; Cross blocks ; More miscellaneous parts ; Peg joiner ; Motors, wires, and sensors ; USB cable ; Mindstorms wires ; The NXT Brick -- ch. 2. Project: Backscratcher Bot. Adding batteries to the NXT Brick -- Parts you need -- Step-by-step assembly instructions -- Programming the Backscratcher Bot -- Running the Backscratcher Bot -- ch. 3. Anatomy of the NXT Brick. The Brick : Buttons ; Ports ; Connector holes ; Reset button -- Menus : My files ; NXT program ; Try me ; The view menu ; NXT datalog ; Settings ; Bluetooth -- Powering your NXT -- Resetting a crash -- Updating NXT firmware -- ch. 4. Introduction to programming. System requirements -- Installing the software : Installing on a PC ; Installing on a Mac -- NXT-G 101 : The programming block ; Commonplace blocks -- Programming the Backscratcher Bot : Create the program ; Connect to the NXT Brick ; Download the program -- ch. 5. Project: Clothesline Cruiser. Parts you need -- Step-by-step instructions -- Programming the Clothesline Cruiser -- Setting up the Clothesline -- What to do with your Cruiser? --
Control code
367264
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
x, 209 p.
Isbn
9780789750198
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.)
Label
Basic robot building with Lego Mindstorms Nxt 2.0, John Baichtal
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • ch. 6. Building stronger models. Use multiple pegs -- Connect each part to as many others as possible -- Reinforce corners with angle beams -- Use combination parts and cross blocks -- Attach cross axles -- Combine technic and system bricks -- Use chassis bricks -- ch. 7. Know your sensors. Mindstorms sensors : Touch sensors ; Ultrasonic sensors ; Color sensors ; Sound sensor ; Motor -- Calibrating sensors -- Third-party sensors : Compass sensor ; Passive infrared (PIR) sensor ; Wi-Fi sensor ; Magnetic sensor ; Flex sensor ; Voltage sensor ; Barometric sensor ; Inertial motion sensor -- ch. 8. Advanced programming. Data wires : Green wires ; Yellow wires ; Orange wires ; Gray wires -- Connecting wires -- Additional blocks : Variable block ; Constant block ; Random block ; Keep alive block ; Light sensor block ; Rotation sensor block ; Display block ; Bluetooth block ; Logic block -- Creating your own blocks -- ch. 9. Project: Rebounder. Parts you need -- Step-by-step instructions -- A note about tank treads -- Programing the Rebounder -- ch. 10. Expanding on Mindstorms. Read blogs : The NXT STEP ; Mindstorms -- Design virtual models -- Attend gatherings : LUGs ; Conventions -- FIRST LEGO League -- Read BrickJournal -- Expand your collection : Bricklink ; Pick a Brick ; LEGO education -- Third-party brick makers : Omni Wheels ; Bricktronics ; Tetrix -- Print your own
  • ch. 1. Unboxing the LEGO Mindstorms NXT set. The box : Under the flap ; Opening the box -- The contents : Reading material ; Connector pegs ; 3M connector pegs ; Connector pegs with bushing ; Connector pegs with cross-axle ends ; 2M axle peg ; Connector peg with towball ; 1/2 connector pegs ; Bushings ; Cross axles ; Cross axles with end stops ; Wheels and treads ; Gears ; Teeth ; Balls ; Beams with pegs ; Beams ; Angle beams ; Car parts ; Steering links ; Angle elements ; Cross-axle connectors ; Cross blocks ; More miscellaneous parts ; Peg joiner ; Motors, wires, and sensors ; USB cable ; Mindstorms wires ; The NXT Brick -- ch. 2. Project: Backscratcher Bot. Adding batteries to the NXT Brick -- Parts you need -- Step-by-step assembly instructions -- Programming the Backscratcher Bot -- Running the Backscratcher Bot -- ch. 3. Anatomy of the NXT Brick. The Brick : Buttons ; Ports ; Connector holes ; Reset button -- Menus : My files ; NXT program ; Try me ; The view menu ; NXT datalog ; Settings ; Bluetooth -- Powering your NXT -- Resetting a crash -- Updating NXT firmware -- ch. 4. Introduction to programming. System requirements -- Installing the software : Installing on a PC ; Installing on a Mac -- NXT-G 101 : The programming block ; Commonplace blocks -- Programming the Backscratcher Bot : Create the program ; Connect to the NXT Brick ; Download the program -- ch. 5. Project: Clothesline Cruiser. Parts you need -- Step-by-step instructions -- Programming the Clothesline Cruiser -- Setting up the Clothesline -- What to do with your Cruiser? --
Control code
367264
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
x, 209 p.
Isbn
9780789750198
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.)

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