4) Teaching Your Robot to Move - Tutorial
Now that we have installed the software, we need to find out how to
use it. This tutorial teaches us how to connect Botticelli to our
Laptop or Desktop computer, and how to teach Botticelli to move by
typing in our first program to our laptop or desktop computer.
To see how to teach
Botticelli to move (parts 1 & 2), click here.
Our LEGO EV3
computer brick has an “operating system” that is just called
“firmware”. Occasionally LEGO issues updated firmware for the EV3
bricks. If you see a notice telling you that the firmware on your
brick needs updating, this video shows you how to update your EV3
computer brick. How do we
update the Botticelli’s EV3 Computer Brick (part 3), click here
Now that we have the software working, we can find out if
Botticelli obeys our command to move. This video also shows us how
to save our program (so we can play with it again later), and also
how to turn off Botticelli.
To see how Botticelli moves,
how to save our program, and how to turn off Botticelli (part 4),