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Unexpected Robot Behaviour 
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Post Unexpected Robot Behaviour
In this demonstration, the robot is attempting to grab a red ball. In the 1st program (program1), the robot stopped short and missed the ball and the robot remained in the position as expected.

In the 2nd program (program2), the robot managed to grab the red ball. After grabbing the ball, the robot is expected to remain in that position but as you see in the simulation, the robot starts turning instead. I believe this is not correct.


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Thu Feb 27, 2014 12:24 am

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Post Re: Unexpected Robot Behaviour
Forgot to mention that this is simulated on the curriculum companion table/REMOTE CONTROL/Mine Removal Challenge with the Rembot (grabber) robot.

Thu Feb 27, 2014 1:35 am

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Post Re: Unexpected Robot Behaviour
I had this happen to me, as well. When I would command the gripper to close (motor[motorA] = 100;), that would close the gripper and cause one of the wheels to turn backwards. I had to add this code to stop the wheel from turning (motor[motorA] = 0;). Don't forget to include some wait time after each command.

Thu Mar 13, 2014 3:23 pm
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