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Remote controlled Rover car with Arduino brain

Lego: Build remote controlled Rover car with Arduino brain

Learn how to build a remote controlled Rover car with Lego Mindstorms, with an Arduino ‘brain’, which can be remote controlled via Bluetooth with a phone. This guide uses parts from the Steering rover example on nxtprograms.com. It is also inspired by the NXT Dune Buggy.Lego parts shown here might be of different color depending … Continue reading Lego: Build remote controlled Rover car with Arduino brain

Using the HiTechnic Colorsensor with the EVShield

I have written a class for the HiTechnic Colorsensor, which makes it possible to use this sensor with the EVShield. The example sketch requires the class EVs_HTColorSensor which you can download here. Extract the two files from the zip-file into the EVShield library folder, eg. Documents\Arduino\libraries\EVShield. Now you can use the sensor, as in this … Continue reading Using the HiTechnic Colorsensor with the EVShield

Lego: use Spike chassis to build Explorer robot

To quickly change the Spike into an Explorer robot, you can strip legs, claws and tail, leaving the chassis as a basis to build the Explorer robot.Then add wheels, a bumper with touch sensor and an ultrasonic sensor mounted on a motor. You can also build the Explorer from scratch, then you can follow the … Continue reading Lego: use Spike chassis to build Explorer robot

Lego: Build Spike with Arduino brain

This guide explains how to build the Lego Mindstorms model “Spike”, powered by an Arduino and an EVShield. The original version of the Spike is powered by a Lego NXT. Requirements EVShield, Arduino Uno, Battery holder (+6 AA batteries) Lego Mindstorms kit (can be either NXT or EV3) Introduction To make a sturdy, compact solution … Continue reading Lego: Build Spike with Arduino brain

Lego: build Spike motor chassis

This guide explains how to build a motor chassis, which can for instance be used for the Lego Mindstorms model “Spike” powered by an EVshield with Arduino Uno. Requirements Lego pieces to connect the parts as displayed: Introduction To make a sturdy, compact solution which allows access to batteries, ports and pins of both the … Continue reading Lego: build Spike motor chassis

Application Development

Information about the course Application Development can be found here. This course is part of module 4, “Smart Products“. The current edition of this course started April 26, 2019.Materials of last year are available via the archive-folders in the main folders. Schedule Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Java Cheat Sheet Instructions on submitting files Checklist to … Continue reading Application Development