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Lego Mindstorms Ev3 Laboratory: Build, Program, and Experiment with Five Wicked Cool Robots!by Daniele Benedettelli
Synopses & Reviews
The LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 set offers so many new and exciting features that it can be hard to know where to begin. Without the help of an expert, it could take months of experimentation to learn how to use the advanced mechanisms and numerous programming features.
With The LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Laboratory as your guide, you'll become an EV3 master in no time.
Requirements: One LEGO® MINDSTORMS EV3 set (LEGO SET #31313)
The LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Laboratory introduces the EV3 and covers the essentials of making robots with the kit. Inside you will find complete instructions for creating five robots: the obstacle-avoiding ROV3R vehicle; a remote control SUP3R CAR; the BLAST3R DROID, a walking tripod with reciprocating motion and curved structures; and two walking, balancing, biped bots called the WATCHGOOZ3 (a "watch goose") and the T-R3X. Author Daniele Benedettelli is a robotics expert, high school robotics teacher, and member of the LEGO MINDSTORMS Experts Panel.
About the Author
Daniele Benedettelli is known worldwide for his original LEGO robots, including his Rubik's Cube solvers and his humanoid robots. As a LEGO MINDSTORMS Community Partner (MCP), he helps to test and develop new MINDSTORMS products. He earned a master's degree in Robotics and Automation from the University of Siena in Italy. He holds educational presentations and workshops on Information and Communications Technology around the world and teaches robotics at the high school level.
Table of Contents
about the authorabout the technical reviewerabout the comic designersacknowledgmentsintroductioncomic: the EV3L scientists apprenticeChapter 1: your LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 setComic: continuedChapter 2: building ROV3RComic continuedChapter 3: programmingChapter 4: advanced programming with the brick program appComic continuedChapter 5: EV3 programmingComic continuedChapter 6: experimenting with the EV3 infrared componentsComic continuedChapter 7: the math behind the magic!Comic continuedChapter 8: LEGO recipesComic continuedChapter 9: building WATCHGOOZ3Comic continuedChapter 10: programming WATCHGOOZ3Comic continuedChapter 11: building the SUP3R CARComic continuedChapter 12: programming the SUP3R CARComic continuedChapter 13: building the SENTIN3LComic continuedChapter 14: programming the SENTIN3LComic continuedChapter 15: building the T-R3XComic continuedChapter 16: programming the T-R3XComic continuedthe EV3 31313 set bill of materialsdifferences between the education set and retail setComic end
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