Sunday, October 02, 2005

Lego Robotics this week: 10-5, 10-7

Hi Guys,
This week:
-Expect to continue working on the first challenge for newbies: Create a Robot that moves forward two feet, stops for a moment, then reverses to its original starting point.

-The other guys will continue to assemble the challenge missions from the Ocean Odyssey. Once the missions are assembled, they will attempt to accomplish a mission.


-Robert will present the first introduction to programming in Robolab. I am looking forward to that!


Please remember that cleaning up at the end of the period helps to maintain the sanity of Mr. Wright.

See you Monday, on time, of course.
Mr. Wright

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

hey mr wright uh cool site its joseph

Anonymous said...

we enjoyed building the robots and sorting the pieces.we look foward to accomplishing our mission to build a robot that moves two feet foward and back.

Anonymous said...

glad i chose this talent class, i also really wanna go to a tor2ment
from irini 'n cheily

Anonymous said...

nice

Anonymous said...

Hey, Mr.Wright, this is Diana, Paige and Kevin. We would like to know what we will be doing in class this week. Are we going to be albe to built a robert

Anonymous said...

hey Mr.Wright its us Talia, Karlos, Chak, and Sean. Your site is cool

Anonymous said...

Daniel, Robert and Gary are looking forward to start the Ocean Odessy challenges, and succeed with some successful robots and accesories. They are also looking forward to working as a team, and accomplish the missions and impress the rest of the class.

Fred Wright said...

I am VERY happy that each group posted a comment. Today's introduction took longer than I thought. But we were all engaged in learning how to utilize my sites.

Enjoy your holiday, read a book, look forward to Roberrt's presentation on Robolab Thursday. He is good at programming and he will teach you how to be good at it too.

Anonymous said...

hello

Anonymous said...

WHOA! instant feedback from the kids. Certainly way cool!
GF

Anonymous said...

Hey, Mr.Wright. I am writing this post from my house. I need to ask you if...when the class starts buiding, if Robert and I can show them how to make swivels, or special custom made parts that will help them in struggling competitions. That's all! Have a nice day, people!

Anonymous said...

The previous post was written by Daniel...forgot to incude that, sorry.:)

Ed Santos said...

The future is here! We're on a roll. The momentum will take us over any mountain.

Anonymous said...

Today I had fun teaching the class how to program with Robolab. I think it is nice to learn about engenering and electricity for a change. To me it is good we have Robolab at the end of the day because it is a way for me to relax from a hard days worth. I'm looking foward to showing the class some of my other scizils (skills)I also can't wait to start on the ocean oddessy challenges, I hope it is soon.
From, Robert

Anonymous said...

Today I felt like a teacher because I was teaching the class and it felt prety good. From, Robert

Anonymous said...

I hope I am picked to go to the compitition, I'm really looking foward to that also. From, Robert

Anonymous said...

I hope the class enjoyed my presentation. Maybe later I will go into more complicated programs.

Anonymous said...

Mr.Wright when are we going to make our own websites it sounds cool.

Anonymous said...

Today I have thought of what if we can use 8 splits to make the robot do all of the missions in one program. So all we have to do is click run and and all the missions are completed in one program. Then we don't have to waist time getting the robot back to base, because we only have 2 and a have minutes. So we have to conserve some time. A split is a way to make a robot do multiple tasks in one program. It is also very useful as I said in the beginning. We have a big chance of winning this year.