icedragonj

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  • 1 month, 1 week ago icedragonj Level 17 MOC Designer PRO
    I love the concept, renewable energy is something I love!  But wind turbines would not be located on a city block, they would be off in the hills or on a rural property.  And again, the scale is not quite right.  They are also packed VERY close together for their size.
  • 1 month, 1 week ago icedragonj Level 17 MOC Designer PRO
    This is pretty cool, but at a completely different scale to most of the other buildings.
  • 1 month, 2 weeks ago icedragonj Level 17 MOC Designer PRO
    We have a contest in Australia called robo cup. There is a dance category where you make a robot and program it to dance in time to a certain song. Then there is rescue where you make a robot that follows a windy line to a big yellow Australia then has to find and rescue a chocolate yowie.  Rescue has since been updated to include more varied obstacles for the robot to overcome, but is still focused on line following.  Was good fun and I competed regularly from Yr 6 onwards.  It helped that my mum was the one who taught Lego robotics at the school. Lots of access to Lego at home.
  • 1 month, 2 weeks ago icedragonj Level 17 MOC Designer PRO
    Nice! so the robot is effectively following the shite line in the middle.
    Did you try the one sensor version without the second line? In this version the robot never has both motors going at the same time so movement is a bit jerky.  It follows the edge of the line rather than the line itself.
    If the motors are too fast you can always reduce speed with gearing. RCX motors always needed significant gearing in order to be useful.