Arduino Robotics with the mBot

An introduction to robotics with the world’s friendliest learning robot

Arduino Robotics with the mBot

Explore STEM education with Tech explorations and learn Arduino Robotics with the mBot. Start your Maker adventure today.

Arduino Robotics with the mBot will introduce you to the mBot, the world’s friendliest educational robotics platform. The mBot is an Arduino-based, two-wheel robot that comes with built-in sensors and actuators, and that you can program using Scratch, a graphical programming language.

The mBot is also extensible, with a lot of components available that you can use to build your own robotic creations.

Arduino Robotics with the mBot I will show you how to assemble the mBot, discuss the additional hardware options, and demonstrate how to program it on your tablet and your Windows or Mac OS computer.

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Learn Arduino Robotics with the mBot, and explore STEM Education with Tech Explorations. Start your Maker adventure today.

Arduino Robotics with the mBot is a great place to start on your Maker Adventure. Parents and teachers find this to be a great starter project course for children as they explore coding and making together.

Arduino Robotics with the mBot will introduce you to the mBot, the world’s friendliest educational robotics platform. The mBot is an Arduino-based, two-wheel robot that comes with built-in sensors and actuators, and that you can program using Scratch, a graphical programming language.

The mBot is also extensible, with a lot of components available that you can use to build your own robotic creations.

In this course, I will show you how to assemble the mBot, discuss the additional hardware options, and demonstrate how to program it on your tablet and your Windows or Mac OS computer.

The main project of Arduino Robotics with the mBot involves programming the mBot to follow an arbitrary black line on the floor. In this project, we must combine our robot’s sensors and actuators efficiently to enable it to stay on the line while it travels on it as quickly as possible.

At first glance, you may think that getting a mBot robot to follow a line is easy. That’s not true for a robot.

As the programmer, you must “teach the robot” to do something that to a human is intuitive. You need to extract the intuitive understanding of how to follow a line and convert it into code.

The required hardware is the mBot itself, and a computer (Windows or Mac OS). You can purchase a mBot direct from its manufacturer, Makeblock, or your local reseller. You can download the software for free from the Makeblock website.

Explore STEM education with Tech Explorations and learn Arduino Robotics with the mBot. Start your Maker adventure today.

Arduino Robotics with the mBot also has a book that is available for purchase. Getting Started with mBot (eBook)

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