Tutorials using the Auto Positioner (Gait) Control

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Sabertooth+Kagaroo+DC motors as Servos

This tutorial shows how to use a DC motor as a Servo, using a Sabertooth+Kangaroo boards combination and EZ-builder [PDF]

Last Modified on 4/21/2016

Created by tevans


Control More Than One Robot

How to control more than one robot in a single EZ-Builder project. This tutorial uses Revolution robots that depend on the Auto Position control, but the similar approach can be used for any robot styles. [PDF]

Last Modified on 9/4/2018

Created by ezrobot


The Robot Program Episode 020: Detect Face and Wave - RoboScratch

This lesson will demonstrate how to use RoboScratch to have the robot wave once it detects a face. At the end of this lesson, readers will be able to enable facial detection and code a basic script using RoboScratch. Follow along with The Robot Program Episode 020: Detect Face and Wave - RoboScratch. View the video episode here: https://www.ez-robot.com/Tutorials/Lesson/94 [PDF]

Last Modified on 6/12/2018

Created by Professor E


The Robot Program Episode 021: Detect Face and Wave - Blockly

This lesson will demonstrate how to use Blockly to have the robot wave once it detects a face. At the end of this lesson, readers will be able to enable facial detection and code a basic script using Blockly. Follow along with The Robot Program Episode 021: Detect Face and Wave - Blockly. View the video episode here: https://www.ez-robot.com/Tutorials/Lesson/95 [PDF]

Last Modified on 6/12/2018

Created by Professor E


The Robot Program Episode 009: Getting Six to Move

This lesson will demonstrate how to connect to and move the Revolution Six robot. Follow along with The Robot Program Episode 009: Getting Six to Move. At the end of this lesson, the reader will have learned how to connect to the robot using Wi-Fi, how to move the robot, how to track the default color, and how to use the Auto Position and Soundboard controls to execute movements and routines. View the video episode here: https://www.ez-robot.com/Tutorials/Lesson/35 [PDF]

Last Modified on 5/29/2018

Created by Professor E


The Robot Program Episode 006: Introducing EZ-Builder

This lesson introduces the EZ-Builder Robot Software by exploring options and describing features. At the end of this lesson, the reader will be familiar with the overall layout and features of EZ-Builder. Follow along with The Robot Program Episode 006: Introducing EZ-Builder. View the video episode here: https://www.ez-robot.com/Tutorials/Lesson/20 [PDF]

Last Modified on 6/1/2018

Created by Professor E


The Robot Program Episode 003: Getting JD to Move

This lesson will demonstrate how to connect to and move the Revolution JD robot. Follow along with The Robot Program Episode 003: Getting JD to Move. At the end of this lesson, the reader will have learned how to connect to the robot using Wi-Fi, how to create and save a servo profile, and how to use the Auto Position and Soundboard controls to execute movements and routines. View the video episode here: https://www.ez-robot.com/Tutorials/Lesson/32 [PDF]

Last Modified on 6/12/2018

Created by Professor E


The Robot Program Episode 022: Detect Face and Wave - EZ-Script

This lesson will demonstrate how to use EZ-Script to have the robot wave once it detects a face. At the end of this lesson, readers will be able to enable facial detection and code a basic script using EZ-Script. Follow along with The Robot Program Episode 022: Detect Face and Wave - EZ-Script. View the video episode here: https://www.ez-robot.com/Tutorials/Lesson/102 [PDF]

Last Modified on 6/12/2018

Created by Professor E


The Robot Program Episode 023: Mobile JD

This lesson will demonstrate how to control the Revolution JD Humanoid with an iOS or Android phone or tablet. At the end of this lesson, readers will be familiar with how to access and connect to the mobile JD example project, how to execute basic controls, and how to access the available programming workspaces. Follow along with The Robot Program Episode 023: Mobile JD. View the video episode here: https://www.ez-robot.com/Tutorials/Lesson/55 [PDF]

Last Modified on 7/18/2018

Created by Professor E