Hi everyone, AREM2326 here with my latest project, MONST3R TRUCK! It is an off road vehicle and features suspention, rear wheel drive and front wheel steering. I used two NXT servos, one EV3 medium servo, one NXT U.S. sensor, and one EV3 IR sensor. For more details please click the "additional information" button below!
Hello, EV3 loggers, I have built a cleaning robot! This bot drives around and cleans the floor or table, and it has a light so you can see him driving. Hope you like this compact robot!!!!!
EV3GAME is an official EV3 bonus model. Do not criticize me; I'm not taking any credit for this. Many NXT owners would probably like to know what EV3GAME is; therefore I am posting EV3GAME. I will also upgrade EV3GAME to look a lot cooler. The purpose of EV3GAME is to shuffle three "cups" around in a random sequence, and you have to find the winning cup. The winning cup has a ball under it, and before you start the shuffling, the winning cup always starts in the middle (so you can track it). There are 4 levels, Level 1 being the easiest (slowest shuffling), and Level 4 being the hardest (fastest shuffling). When EV3GAME is done shuffling, you are allowed to choose the cup you think is the winning cup by selecting it via the IR Remote. EV3GAME then picks it up with its claw. If it's not the winning cup, it boos. If it is, it cheers.
This is a robot I have made using the NXT 2.0 pieces and some Power Functions (PF) components. It is controlled via a voice control-based "remote" using the sound and IR Link Sensors and NXT brick. By holding the NXT controller less than a foot from the PF IR receiver, the rover can be driven, turned, and stopped using loud voice commands. After playing around with the programming, I was able to make it function via basic voice commands. Although it may need some refining, the idea is pretty cool.
Image 2. This is a picture of the remote which I use to control this vehicle. On one side, is the HiTechnic Infrared Link Sensor, used at a short distance to control the robot. On the other, is the NXT sound sensor for voice commands. This could be substituted for the touch sensor.
Image 3. This is the back of the robot showing the PF battery box and IR receiver. Another battery box could be added to the top so that more motors/PF bricks could be added.
Image 4. This is the front of the model showing the two extra-large PF motors. They connect to a system of gears which in turn, connect to the axles. With the tread setup, turning involves the model rotating almost in place.
Note: Besides the parts/sensors listed below, this model also includes:
2 XL Power Functions motors
1 Power Functions battery box
1 Power Functions IR receiver (Channel 1)
1 NXT IR Link sensor
I hope to add a video, but since I am still perfecting the programming, it would't look so great now. If I add anything to this bot, I'll be sure to post it.
i found this on the ev3 home edition software avalible on the homepage. i love the remote control program by not the self drive one it always is bumping into things :[
this is modified version of rac truck
I want to share a Robot I've created
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