Tag Archive: nxt

Sep 29

EV3 vs NXT in FLL – Is the EV3 Really Superior?

Does an EV3 really have an advantage over an NXT in an FLL competition? Today, I discuss using an EV3 or NXT brick to power your FLL robot. I discuss what advantages an EV3 may have over an NXT, and give suggestions on how an NXT team can compete against EV3 teams in an FLL …

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Sep 22

How to Program an NXT in EV3-G

Ever wondered how to program an NXT using the EV3’s programming language, known as EV3-G? This video will teach you how to unlock the benefits of programming using EV3-G on the NXT platform, as well as help you decide why you may chose to use EV3 programming. My Patreon supporter(s) for more than $5 for …

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Aug 29

How to Program a Proportional Wall Follower in NXT-G

This week’s NXT tutorial will teach you how to write a proportional wall following program for your FLL robot. The program uses an Ultrasonic sensor. This comes in handy because it allows your FLL robot to follow along a wall, without colliding with it. My Patreon supporter(s) for more than $5 for the month of …

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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 18

EV3 Large and NXT Motors – The Differences Explained

Have you ever wondered what the differences between the EV3 Large motor and the NXT motor are? This video will explain the differences, from the exterior to the mechanical properties! My Patreon supporter(s) for more than $5 for the month of July were: Venkateshalu, Albert Bricker and Turnabout Akamia. Thank you so much! My supporters …

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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 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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Mar 10

How to Program the NXT Sound Sensor with EV3

This week, we take a look at how to program the NXT Sound sensor for use with the EV3. I will discuss all aspects of its programming in this EV3 programming tutorial. My Patreon supporter(s) for more than $5 for the month of February were: Venkateshalu, Albert Bricker and Turnabout Akamia. Thank you so much! …

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