Arthur builds a replica of the first walking machine. He explores how it works and gives some tips on how to build your own.
Arthur loves this robot. Inspired by Boston Dynamics and Adam Savage he uses an Artem16 build to explore how get get this fascinating robot to work properly
Arthur builds Sirius using Lego Digital Designer. He then uses Pi to calculate rotations and compares the accuracy of rotations, ultrasound and infrared methods moving and stopping specified distances.
Arthur uses EV3MEG to investigate the speed and accuracy of its simple zig zag line following program and compares it to remote control
Arthur investigates whether he can build a fast accurate program to perform a simple task and then whether he can beat the program using remote control in a timed contest.
Arthur explores how difficult it is to make a program for a task that requires very precise movements.
Programming and performing Pivot, Spin and Smooth turns
Arthur makes a WALL-E robot and uses it to demonstrate how the Ultra Sonic Sensor works.