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Robot Programming 1 Creating ROBOT programs quickly Content-Objective: Learn how to quickly create a

Robot Programming 1 Creating ROBOT programs quickly Content-Objective: Learn how to quickly create a ROBOT program. Language-Objective: Create a simple ROBOT movement program from scratch using MODKIT. com

Robot Programming 1 Creating ROBOT programs quickly Utah State Robotics 1 Standard 3 Common

Robot Programming 1 Creating ROBOT programs quickly Utah State Robotics 1 Standard 3 Common Core High School Algebra Reasoning Common Core High School Interpreting Functions

Do today’s Starter Quiz! (in Canvas)

Do today’s Starter Quiz! (in Canvas)

Today's Class Task Create a simple or complex C++ robot program using the Massachusetts

Today's Class Task Create a simple or complex C++ robot program using the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mod-Kit web site

WWW. MODKIT. COM

WWW. MODKIT. COM

Select “Modkit for VEX”

Select “Modkit for VEX”

Tutorial Video 1 “Introduction to Modkit for VEX”

Tutorial Video 1 “Introduction to Modkit for VEX”

Tutorial Video 2 “Basic Drivetrain programming”

Tutorial Video 2 “Basic Drivetrain programming”

Tutorial Video 3 “Basic Color Sensor programming”

Tutorial Video 3 “Basic Color Sensor programming”

“Try modkit for VEX Free Now”

“Try modkit for VEX Free Now”

“Continue without Modkit Link”

“Continue without Modkit Link”

Site starts in Robot Window

Site starts in Robot Window

Bring in Drive Train and select ports the motor set connect to (normally port

Bring in Drive Train and select ports the motor set connect to (normally port 1 and 2)

Bring in Controller

Bring in Controller

Bring in Color Sensor

Bring in Color Sensor

Select Slot robot brain works with

Select Slot robot brain works with

Click on Controller Symbol on drivetrain and configure controls

Click on Controller Symbol on drivetrain and configure controls

Click on sensors and motors. Verify these are assigned to brain ports.

Click on sensors and motors. Verify these are assigned to brain ports.

Select “Blocks” to see robot programming

Select “Blocks” to see robot programming

Click in “Untitled Project” window and name robot code project

Click in “Untitled Project” window and name robot code project

Select “save to desktop” to save created program

Select “save to desktop” to save created program

Enter success level in “Modkit: VEX Programming” discussion

Enter success level in “Modkit: VEX Programming” discussion