[Sur] [IAEP] The XOrobots in Montevideo
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Vie Mayo 20 13:49:07 EDT 2011
Caryl, is great that you liked the project butiá (the XO robot)
If you want, you could upload the photos/videos to the facebook group of the
I leave a video of the robot in the eduJAM here:
Also, there is some pictures here:
Thanks for taking pictures!!
Andrés, from the Butiá team
On Fri, May 20, 2011 at 2:19 PM, Caryl Bigenho <cbigenho en hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have some photos and a short video that I took of the robot project they
> showed us in Montevideo. The file size of the email with all of them
> attached is to large and many of your email servers are bouncing it back.
> So I will send the files individually in separate files. I hope they come
> through that way!
> The project was done by a group of engineering students at one of the
> universities there. Their website address shows in one of the photos. I've
> also included screenshots of the code they wrote to make it happen. It is
> written in "Turtle Art".... a version of Logo. How's your Spanish?
> Here is a guide to the attachments:
> *XOrobots1.avi*: A movie showing two of the robots in action. One starts
> around the oval, senses the other one waiting and stops. The other senses
> the first one and starts around the oval and goes until it reaches the first
> one. Then the process proceeds. The robots are programmed to go only where
> the surface is black. If they are put in one of the black floor tiles, they
> continue moving about within the square, but never leave it.
> *XOrobots2.jpg* and XOrobot4.jpg: screenshots of the TurtleArt code
> written to make it work.
> *XOrobot3.jpg*: A still shot of a single XOrobot going around the circle.
> Shows their website address.
> *XOrobot5*.jpg: A shot of the wheeled platform with the XO removed.
> Looks like fun doesn't it!
> IAEP -- It's An Education Project (not a laptop project!)
> IAEP en lists.sugarlabs.org
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