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Avansado: Preceptoral de NXT por Dale Yocum

Note: this content, created by Dale Yocum has been copied (with permission) from http://www.ortop.org/NXT_Tutorial/html/advanced.html on July 20, 2011.

 

Data Hubs, Wires and Types Document

The web page from an Australian site gives a nice explanation of Data Hubs, Wires and Types.

http://www.techxellenttraining.com.au/pdfs/FLL_pdf/Using%20Data%20Hubs.pdf

NXT Motor Characterization

The web page below provides a technical analysis detailed characterization of the NXT motor.

http://www.philohome.com/nxtmotor/nxtmotor.htm

Gearing Video

This video progresses from the wheel, to gears, to gear ratios and eventually compound gearing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_i3PJIYtuY

Advanced Strategies for Going Straight

The video below from a championship FLL Team details an exhaustive approach to eliminate sources of error which cause robots to deviate from going straight.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlAO9Ho-N58

Paralyzed Woman Controls Robot with Brain Video

This video show work at Brown's University in which the human brain is use to control a robotic arm.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogBX18maUiM

Advanced Gearing, Pulleys and Wheels

This pdf file from Chico State University presents an in depth look at LEGO Gears, Pulleys, Wheels, Tires and Center-of-Gravity. Although some images are based on the older LEGO RIS brick, all the content is applicable to the NXT. http://www.ecst.csuchico.edu/~juliano/csci224/Slides/03%20-%20Gears%20Pu...

CTE High School Framework (Work in Progress)

The attached Word file is the current  version of the Olympia School District's CTE Framework for High School STEM Robotics Engineering.  Units 1 through 13 of this framework are based on the STEM Robotics 101 curriculum and this present revision incorporates the new (2013) Washington State CTE Framework Template and the Common Core Standards for Math and English Language Arts.

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