Today we will make a simple and very engaging experiment. We will use a hidden feature of our button module to check everyday objects for electric conductivity.
Do you know what connects a submarine and a bat? They both use sound to move around the surroundings. This is a very interesting fact, especially that today we will build a SONAR – a device that detects objects in front of you, and in addition, we will create a visualization of the environment in LOFI Blocks!
Do you know how solar panels turn to the sun? Thanks to this knowledge, solar power plants operate at full power! This short program will teach our robot how to do the same.
Our robot head can talk (with a little help of LOFI Blocks app). What is more, it can talk in many languages!
Have you ever wondered how parking sensors in cars work? Imagine that you are playing with a robot and at the end of the game you have to park it in some tight and not visible place. Why walk behind the vehicle and make sure it does not hit the wall? Could we use a parking sensor? We present you a robot with a parking sensor!
If too often someone surprises you when you’re learning robot programming, today’s lesson is just right for you! We will learn how to build a robot that will serve as an alarm. The robot will be able to alert you thanks to the diodes and the loud buzzer sound, and will also shake his head when he detects the intruder.
How to assemble the Robot Head from CODEBOX Starter kit.
Important – To make this project, you need a laser pointer (usually used for presentation and playing with cats) which is not included in the CODEBOX Starter kit.
The shooting range is a very simple and funny game which trains your manual precision skills. You aim at the light sensor with a laser pointer, if you hit it you get a point, the robot beeps, blinks and it`s arm turns in a new random position.
How to assemble the Shooting Range from CODEBOX Starter Kit.
How to assemble the Shuffle Robot from CODEBOX Starter kit.