Tag Archive: fll

Sep 01

Improve the Accuracy of the EV3 Gyro – 3 Simple Tips

Many people who have used the EV3 gyro sensor may have found it to have reliability issues. Today, I will teach you three important tips that will improve the accuracy of your EV3 gyro, one of which will be to teach you how to properly recalibrate the EV3 gyro. These three tips will help you …

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Aug 22

How to Program an Acceleration MyBlock in NXT-G

This week’s NXT tutorial will teach you how to write an acceleration program for your FLL robot. This will allow you to avoid accuracy-robbing wheelspin when your FLL robot begins to drive. My Patreon supporter(s) for more than $5 for the month of July were: Venkateshalu, Albert Bricker and Turnabout Akamia. Thank you so much! …

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Aug 15

Calibrating the Sensors on your NXT Robot

This week’s NXT tutorial will teach you how you can calibrate the sensors on your FLL robot. I will explain how to download the program onto your NXT, how to use the program and when to use the program in an FLL event. My Patreon supporter(s) for more than $5 for the month of July …

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Aug 08

How to Program a Proportional Line Follower in NXT-G

This week’s NXT tutorial will teach you how to write a proportional line following program for your FLL robot. This will be very useful because it will increase the consistency and accuracy of your FLL programs. My Patreon supporter(s) for more than $5 for the month of July were: Venkateshalu, Albert Bricker and Turnabout Akamia. …

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Aug 04

Quickly Program an FLL Robot with Port View and EV3 Motor Encoders

Today’s video will teach you how you can quickly program your FLL robot by using the EV3’s built-in motor encoders and the EV3 Port View. Measure distance on the FLL mat and use these measurements to efficiently and effectively program your FLL robot. My Patreon supporter(s) for more than $5 for the month of July …

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Aug 01

How to Make a Line Squaring Program in NXT-G

This week’s NXT tutorial will teach you how you can square your FLL robot to lines on the FLL mat. This will be very useful because it will increase the consistency and accuracy of your FLL programs. My Patreon supporter(s) for more than $5 for the month of July were: Venkateshalu, Albert Bricker and Turnabout …

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Jul 25

Announcing a New Series of NXT Tutorials

Today I am announcing a new series of NXT programming tutorials on my YouTube channel! Starting on Monday, August 1, I will be publishing a new NXT programming tutorial each week of August, every Monday, for five weeks.These will be alongside my regularly scheduled EV3 tutorials, every Thursday. I will be covering topics relevant to …

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Jun 30

Sirius 1.2 – Same FLL Robot, More Obtainable Parts

Announcing the release of Sirius 1.2, a modified FLL robot on the Downloads page of my website (builderdude35.com). This robot is a slightly altered version of my original FLL robot, Sirius. This version has been modified to use more obtainable motorcycle wheels and NXT motors. My Patreon supporter(s) for more than $5 for the month …

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Sirius 1.2 LDD

May 26

How to Make a Wall Follower with the EV3 Ultrasonic Sensor

This video will teach you how to get your EV3 robot to follow a wall, using an Ultrasonic sensor. This video teaches you how to write the program, and you to adjust it to your situation. This EV3-G program is also very useful for FLL robots! My Patreon supporter(s) for more than $5 for the …

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