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Sunday, 18 September 2011 23:28

Advanced NXT-G Programming Workshop for Teams

Date:                     Saturday, Oct 1, 2011
Time:                     8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
 
Conducted by:
Coach Jamie Diamond with the 2009 OH FLL Championship Team Cougars of Columbus and FLL Team LEGO Lasernauts
 
For:
FLL Team Programmers with their coaches.
 
What to Bring:
  • Bring your own lunch, laptop, and robot. 
  • Bring your own robot already built, and 2 touch sensors, 2 light sensors, and 3 motors. 
  • If your team does not have a built robot, build the example Cougar Workshop Bot at http://www.cougarrobot.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=247&Itemid=107).
  • Bring a USB cable to transfer programs to your robot (in case Bluetooth isn't working in big crowd).
  • Bring your laptop and robot already fully charged. 
  • Bring your power cord and extension cord in case your batteries run down.
  • Bring a thumb drive to share data. 
  • Paper mats will be provided (Please do not bring competition mat and models).
For the Advanced Workshops, you should already have NXT-G loaded on your laptop and understand at least all the concepts under the “essential” tab in the tutorial at http://www.ortop.org/NXT_Tutorial/index.html.
 
For the Team Workshop, teams may bring up to four people total (1 coach with 3 team members OR 2 coaches with 2 team members). It is advisable to bring at least one robot and laptop for each pair. Bring the team members most dedicated to learning NXT-G.
 
How to Register:
You must register at www.SignUpGenius.com/go/registration42 to attend since space is limited.
 
Location:
iSPACE located on the Scarlet Oaks Career Campus
3254 East Kemper Road
Sharonville, OH 45241
 
 
Cost:  
Free!
 
Contact:
Jean Bolte - iSPACE Tournament Coordinator
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Last Updated on Sunday, 18 September 2011 23:39
 
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