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Root's video from @nypost: http://nyp.st/1NxYUSy
As much as we all use computers, most of us have no idea how computer coding works. Root is a new teaching robot designed to help children get a leg up on learning how to code.
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This Harvard-made robot will help turn kids into intermediate programmers.
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This is what I've been working on these past year: http://www.wired.com/2016/04/harvard-built-robot-teach-kids-code/ More info coming soon!
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Está en los ejemplos incluidos en miniBloq para DuinoBot.
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Well, this is the post #100. But I will not make a project summary nor announce a new  miniBloq version (sorry!). This time is about my good friend Linz.  As far as I know, Linz was the first employee of Sparkfun's Education ...
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Boa tarde Julián é possível criar um bloco ou uma biblioteca para esse comandos?

Serial.begin(9600);

pinMode(13, OUTPUT);

char dado = Serial.read();


Veja o modelo abaixo;


void setup() {

Serial.begin(9600); // Valor da frequência de dado da porta serial...

pinMode(13, OUTPUT); //Declara que o pino 13 do arduino é de Saída. Vai mandar dados, nergia...

}

void loop() {

  while (Serial.available()) // Comando que verifica o ultimo valor que está na porta serial...

{
  char dado = Serial.read();   // Declara da variável que receberá o valor que chega a porta serial
 
    if (dado == 'a')
   
 {

digitalWrite(13, HIGH);   // Diz que o pino 13  do arduino está Ligado. Logo LED ON

delay(1000);  // Espera por 1s

    }

if (dado == 'b')

{

digitalWrite(13, LOW);  //  Diz que o pino 13  do arduino está Desligado. Logo: LED OFF

delay(1000); // Espera por 1s

}
  }
}
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My good friend Linz launched today his KS campaign to keep his good work in Africa: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/linzcraigteched/diy-technology-for-east-africa-a-documentary
Lindsay Craig is raising funds for DIY Technology in East Africa- A Documentary on Kickstarter! I'll be teaching technology workshops with my East African partners to farmers, educators, engineers, artists, students and dreamers.
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Hola Alejandro, no suelo contestar esas preguntas acá, pero lo que sí te puedo decir es que con un sensor ultrasónico, lo más prlobable es que no puedas identificar el objeto fácilmente, ya que no son muy precisos. Lo que se suele hacer es usar el ultrasónico para navegación, esquivar obstáculos, aproximarse a objetos, etc., y complementar con algún otro sensor para distinguir objetos, generalmente por color, o por cuánto refleja el objeto, por ejemplo a un haz infrarrojo. Osea: Sabés que hay un objeto por el utrasónico, y en general sabés con él a qué distancia está. Para distinguirlos, agregá un sensor infrarrojo con un emisor que pueda distinguir objetos por color, o algo así. Espero que sirva. Saludos.
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Muchas gracias Julian por la explicación estuve viendo que el sensor infrarrojo GP2D15 es una opción.
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Well, this is the post #100 . But I will not make a project summary nor announce a new  miniBloq version (sorry!). This time is about my good friend Linz .  As far as I know, Linz was the first employee of Sparkfun's Education Department . He also was the p...
Well, this is the post #100. But I will not make a project summary nor announce a new  miniBloq version (sorry!). This time is about my good friend Linz.  As far as I know, Linz was the first employee of Sparkfun's Education ...
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I'm happy I found them! I needed to rent a car and find a sponsor for my road test in Springfield's RMV (MA). I'm not living in that town, but that was the only RMV with available appointments for the road test without having to wait more than 4 weeks. So I took the bus to Springfield, and Gerald, the instructor, even picked me up from the bus terminal. I also took an hour of class to become confortable with the car and to practice a bit. He is kind, patient, and cares about the details. All his advices were useful. And finally I passed!
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