WRHS Robotics Class
Post Date: 05/17/2017 4:22 PM WRHS Students learn Robotics
To make the robot move on its own, as you see in the video below, students have learned autonomous programming. This means that they analyze what it takes to tackle the obstacle course, and then program in a route of behaviors for the robot to follow.
The program then allows the robot to autonomously pilot itself through the obstacle course. There is no hidden student using a remote control or radio controller!
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