Roboti na Pedagogické fakultě UK

How far she progressed Robotics on the PedF UK?  What our faculty lead robots and how they arise?

At the Department of information technology and technical education is possible in the framework of the course's input output communication to fold his own robot and test your technical prowess and creativity.  In the attached video you can see the different options that you can apply. Of course you can push the limits much farther, but the time course is limiting. Yet our ignite the students were able to create original pieces and your work for you.

To build a robot has been used LEGO NXT, with which you can build your own self.

The basic work of each robot is NXT cube that serves as the brain. as a driver. If we have a smart device (eg. a mobile phone or tablet with Android), the robot can navigate through it.

The videos are used by various sensors, for example, the RGB color sensor to capture stage ultrasonic sensor or sensor that offers the robot to autonomously navigate in space without crashing into obstacles.

Bots can be combined with almost any lego, after all, the whole robot is, in addition to the smart parts of LEGO.

It is purely on the creators, whether autonomous or will be allowed to navigate through the remote control.
The robot does not need any external power supply. All the energy is provided by cube (not the Deceptikonská of the Transformerů).

In the second video is waiting for us a robot that reads the program from the paper tape and on the basis of the moves.


If you are the robots have taken so much that you would like to buy one home, be aware that it will cost you approximately 10 000 Czk.

If you have a technique and deep pockets, is the right choice for you competitive set from the Arduino, which has high requirements on technical prowess, but is based on the full set of around 2 000 Czk.

In the third video you can see a robot that uses a sensor to capture color and it just moves mapped out the route.


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