Lego Mindstorms EV3 Programming
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0 means straight ahead, 100 means turn right, -100 means turn left
100 means as fast as possible forward, -100 means as fast as possible backwards. 0 means no power (stop)
Brake at End
Immediately apply brakes or coast to a stop
Can choose to turn the motor based on rotations, degrees, or seconds
Which ports are controlling the motors.
Letters for motors. Numbers for sensors.
Serves as the control center and power station for your robot.
Recognizes seven different colors, measures reflected light intensity and detects ambient light
Makes your robot respond to touch.
Uses sound waves to detect and measure distances from objects.
Measures rotational motion and changes in its orientation. Very accurate turns
Typically used as the driving base of robots. Slower and stronger than the Medium Motor.
Faster and less powerful than the Large Motor.
Medium Motor Block
Controls the Medium Motor
Large Motor Block
Controls the Large Motor
Controls multiple motors using a directional input
Controls multiple motors using separate settings for each
Controls what is displayed on the Brick screen
Indicates the start of the program
Repeat a section of the program a certain number of times, or until another condition is met
Control the output of your robot's programs.
Pause the program for a certain amount of time, or until another condition is fulfilled
Executes different sections of the program depending on an input, essentially an IF/ELSE statement
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