Build and Program Smart LEGO Mindstorm EV3 Robot [Video]

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  • Build your own Lego EV3 robot for optimum navigation and place sensors for optimal calibration
  • Control Your LEGO EV3 robot with the programming app
  • Let the robot use its multiple sensors to make sense of the functional environment you have created for it
  • React To Different Environments And Respond To Commands
  • Use beams, gears, and connector blocks effectively in your own designs
  • Calibrate the sensors using buttons on the robot

LEGO EV3 robot has changed the way we think about robotics by making it possible for anyone to build real, working robots.
This course starts off by showing you how to setup and program your own robot using the Lego Mindstorm EV3 Kit. It provides step-by-step instructions on the entire programming process of the Robot. The complexity of the robot increases gradually as your progress through the sections. With the examples in the course, you will learn how to build and program various robots using LEGO EV3. It provides clear explanations, fun examples and sample codes.

By the end of the course, you will be able to build and program your own robot using LEGO EV3.

Style and Approach

A comprehensive course packed with step-by-step instructions on programming your Lego EV3 robot. This comprehensive course is divided into clear bite size chunks so you can learn atyour own pace and focus on the areas of most interest to you.

  • Build and control your own robots beyond the capabilities provided with the LEGO EV3 kit
  • You'll become familiar with resources for your EV3 kit and enhance your robot designs.
  • A practical guide that includes your EV3 kit, combine core programming commands, and implement tested design principles when building your own robot.
Course Length 1 hour 49 minutes
ISBN 9781789539288
Date Of Publication 28 Sep 2018


Janika Leoste

Janika Leoste, the owner of Future Robotics, is an adults robotics educator specialized in creating educational robotics online courses for beginners. She holds knowledge about more than 13 different robotic platforms. Also, she has been involved with organizing several international robotics competitions. Currently, a PhD student at Tallinn University conducting an extensive experimental study about robots influence on learning outcomes in basic education math classes. Future Robotics organizes VR and educational robotics entertainment for adults gives robotics workshops for encouraging future workplaces and designs STEM programmes for educational robotics.

Karl Aleksander Leoste

Karl Aleksander Leoste, is a member of Future Robotics and has been involved with robotics for 10 years. Knows everything about what's important in programming and building robots and has taken part in many robotics competitions over the years. Currently, he is studying software development.