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The LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Laboratory by Daniele Benedettelli

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Chapter 4. advanced programming with the brick program app

In Chapter 3, you learned how to program a ROV3R that you built in Chapter 2 to travel across a room and avoid obstacles. You discovered that the EV3 Brick can be programmed without a PC, using the Brick Program App. In this chapter, you’ll learn more about on-brick programming. You’ll learn how to make ROV3R drive in a particular pattern, follow lines on the floor, or follow walls to explore a whole house!

ROV3R with touch sensor bumper

At the end of Chapter 3, I offered you a challenge (Experiment 3-2): to modify the program to make ROV3R sense obstacles with the Touch Sensor Bumper assembly instead of the IR Bumper. I give you the solution here. Figure 4-1 shows ROV3R equipped with the ...

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