Date(s) - 07/26/2018
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Mystery Challenge rules are provided the day of the challenge.
What can I do now to help prepare?
This might include:
- understanding of how to use line following sensor (reflecting sensors)
- understanding of how to use ET sensor
- understanding of how to use two sensors
- look at Botball table, what mystery challenges could the KIPR team make up to help you on the “We are the Future” day?
- Understanding of how to use a sensor (light) to start your robot:
- The light sensor is a cool way to automatically start your robot and critical for Botball robots at the beginning of the game.
- The wait_for_light() function allows your program to run when your robot senses a light.
- Note: It has a built-in calibration routine that will come up on the screen
(a step-by-step guide for this calibration routine is on a following slide).
- The light sensor senses infrared light, so light must be emitted from an incandescent light, not an LED light.
- For our activities, you can use a flashlight.
The more light (infrared) detected, the lower the reported valueint main()
printf(“I see the light!\n“);
Location: GCER, Indian Wells California