This course is intended for absolute beginners as far as the VEX EDR hardware and the VEXcode software is concerned. We'll look at the basic functions of all the parts of a VEX EDR V5 Kit and how to use them, how to install the VEXcode software, configure a robot, update the firmware and write a drive program using both the VEXcode V5 Blocks and VEXcode V5 Text software in order to allow you to make an informed decision on the software that suit your needs. Using both software suites, we'll set up the Vision Sensor, save a color signature and use the vision sensor data in programs.
Robot-HQ specializes in training teachers and students in the interesting fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics.
Robotics as a subject incorporates all the above branches as an example of interdisciplinary STEAM education.Frank Gibson started Robot-HQ in response to the growing need for STEM / STEAM / Robotics educators.
His educational background is in Digital & Industrial Electronics. He studied at the University of Pretoria as a technology teacher and is also a certified VEX Robotics Instructor / Referee.
StartDownload VEXcode and Update Firmware (3:26)
StartVEXcode V5 Blocks User Interface (2:51)
StartYour First Example Program (3:25)
StartSetting Up the Vision Sensor (4:45)
StartDisplay Vision Values on Brain Screen (3:12)
StartDisplay BLOB on Brain Screen (1:21)
StartTrack Object with Vision Sensor (2:33)