Tag Archive: proportional

Aug 10

Proportional Line Follower for EV3 – Follow the Line Smoothly!

The proportional line follower is an essential staple in EV3 programming. It is the fundamental line following program to master for competitions such as FLL or WRO. A proportional line follower uses a single EV3 color sensor to watch the line and uses proportional logic to adjust the EV3 robot’s trajectory so that the robot …

Continue reading »

Oct 13

What is the Best EV3 Line Follower For You?

What line follower should I use for my EV3 robot? This video will give you all of the information you need to decide which line follower would work best for you, your robot and your situation. This video will compare a zig-zag line follower, a 2-sensor line follower, a proportional line follower, a 2-sensor proportional …

Continue reading »

Oct 06

PID Line Follower for EV3 – The Ultimate Line Follower!

  This video will teach you everything you need to know in order to program a PID line follower for your EV3 robot. In the video, I explain how to measure your target Color Sensor light value; I explain the three aspects of PID line following (Proportional, Integral, Derivative) and the math behind them; I …

Continue reading »

Aug 25

How to Program a Proportional Wall Follower for EV3

In today’s EV3 programming tutorial, you will learn how to make a proportional wall follower for your EV3 robot. This will work with either an EV3 Ultrasonic sensor or an EV3 Infrared sensor. Applying proportional logic greatly improves the EV3’s ability to follow the wall. This is also very useful for FLL robots. My Patreon …

Continue reading »

Dec 03

How to Make a 2 Sensor Proportional Line Follower in EV3-G

This EV3 programming tutorial will teach you how to make a 2-sensor proportional line follower in EV3-G. This is a combination of two different line followers that I have previously made. This line follower is great for use in FLL. My Patreon supporter(s) for more than $5 for the month of November were: Albert Bricker …

Continue reading »