They assemble, program, and control the Boe-Bot robot from Parallax.com (one of the most popular educational robots in the world). Great for middle school physical science, elective courses, technical schools, after school programs, robot merit badges, job training, and entry-level course for Electronics, Engineering, Mechatronics, or Technology programs.
The Parallax Boe-Bot Robot Kit - USB Version is popular robot kit, which is available with a USB-compatible Board of Education (BOE) at no additional cost. Programming the BASIC Stamp via USB is an effective solution for laptops and newer PCs which have no serial ports (no more adapters are required).
This compact, high-quality chassis kit turns any of our Board of Education development platforms into a rolling robot. The included electronics pack includes all of the components needed to build three sensor systems for autonomous roaming robot.
THE BOE-BOT. Robots are taking over the world, and they’re starting in our classrooms! Or inside our homes, it doesn’t really matter. Robot building using robotic kits is for anyone interested in getting started with robots, electronics, and microcontroller programming, really, with no experience needed.
Control your Boe-Bot wirelessly using RF communication. Freedom to control your robot up to approx. 150 feet (line of sight) The MEMSIC 2125 accelerometer allows you the ability control the direction of your Boe-Bot by tilting your homework board.
Boe-Bot is a robotic kit developed by Parallax.It is used to construct a three-wheeled robot that has the ability to drive autonomously while avoiding objects or following a line. Boe-Bot consists of a main circuit board, a microcontroller, two servo motors, a touch sensor, a light sensor, an ultrasonic sensor, a bread board, an aluminum chassis, and various parts and pieces. It takes around 1.
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REQUIRED FORMAT FOR HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS (when engineering format is not needed) When a problem requires the application of fundamentals, then use the GIVEN, REQUIRED, SOLUTION, DISCUSSION format discussed in the last class. For other problems, such as activities from the Boe-Bot book, the “engineering format” is sometimes not needed.