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Much work has been published in the area of design of laboratory exercises and facilities to support teaching robotics and automation. New opportunities are becoming available, however, to allow laboratory facilities...
In this lesson from Math Machines, students will "use trigonometry to automate the calculator-controlled Pointer to shoot a laser at a bug target." The activity will allow students the chance to practice constructing...
This is a lesson plan to develop a robot arm using common materials. Students will explore design, construction, teamwork, and materials selection and use. Although stated as suitable for high school students it could...
In this lesson from Math Machines, students will learn about stepper motors and how they are controlled with calculators. SAM (short for Science and Mathematics) is a calculator-controlled stepper motor robot. Students...
Real-world computer applications and assembly language programming are often taught with abstract exercises. To provide hands-on, real-world experience early, we introduce robots into our assembly language class. This...
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