The HiTechnic Color Sensor V2 is a staple of WRO robot design. But, if you were to make a line follower that uses the HT Color sensor, how would you get your line follower to stop and move on to the next part of its program? Program a line follower loop exit! A loop exit tells your EV3 robot to stop line following and move on to the next part of the program when a certain condition is met. In last week’s EV3 programming tutorial, I taught you how to program a loop exit for the EV3 color sensor. This week, I teach you the extra steps involved to make the same program for the HT Color Sensor, as this is the sensor that is primarily used for WRO robots.
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