Difference between revisions of "Tutorials/Arduino Projects/Mobile Robotics/Lego"

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Revision as of 18:33, 7 August 2012

ArduinoArduino Tutorials and Guided Projects → Lego + Arduino, Mobile Robotics Platform

Platform base


Using LEDs


Robot Motion


Touch Sensor


Ultrasonic Sensor

Notepad.gif NOTE: ROBOTC does not currently support the Lego Sonar (Ultrasonic) sensor.



Passive Light Sensor


Light Sensor


Sharp IR Sensor


Encoders