TABLE OF CONTENTS
AdventureBot Introduction and Setup
1. Getting Started with AdventureBot
2. Using The Robot Program
3. Introduction to Robotics
4. AdventureBot Box Contents
5. Battery Care & Charging
6. Building AdventureBot
7. Connecting to AdventureBot over WiFi
8. Using a USB Wi-Fi Dongle
9. 360 HDD Servo Overview
10. Calibrating Continuous Rotation Servos
3D Printing for AdventureBot
1. 3D Print Files for AdventureBot
Mobile App for AdventureBot
1. Using AdventureBot with Mobile App
1. ARC for Windows PC
2. Example Projects
4. Getting Help with Controls
6. Virtual Desktops
1. Create a Mobile App
1. Create a Scene Using RoboScratch (Big Hero Six)
2. Create a Scene using Blockly (Avengers)
1. Programming Concepts (Variables, If/Else, Logic)
2. Counting Up
3. Counting Down
1. Introduction to the EZ-B Camera
2. Face Detection with RoboScratch
3. Face Detection with Blockly
4. Face Detection with EZ-Script
5. Color Tracking with Servos
6. Color Tracking with Movement
7. Detecting Multiple Colors
8. Line Following with Roli, AdventureBot and Shell-E
9. Vision - Object Training & Recognition
10. Glyphs to Control Robot Movement
11. Detecting Glyphs & Augmented Reality
12. QR Code Detect
13. Microsoft Cognitive Emotion
14. Microsoft Cognitive Vision
1. Speech Recognition
1. RGB Animations
1. Servo Control
2. Introduction to Servo Motors
3. Create a Robot Dance
4. Program Robot to Dab
5. Program Robot to Play Piano
6. MYO Gesture Armband
Navigation and Movement
1. Movement Panels
2. Navigating using RoboScratch
3. Navigating using Blockly
1. Customize Your EZ-Robot
2. Control Robot From Twitter
3. Nest Thermostat
EZ-B v4 Robot Brain
1. EZ-B v4 Robot Brain Overview
2. DIY Autonomous Robot Vehicle
3. EZ-B v4 and IoTiny Wi-Fi Modes
4. Change WiFi Name
5. Resetting Your EZ-B v4 or IoTiny
6. USB WiFi or Ethernet Adapter
1. Which Robot are You Using?
ARC Software Apps (formerly EZ-Builder) include assembly instructions for your AdventureBot robot. When you load a project, the ARC software will ask if you would like to view the assembly instructions. In this lesson, we will explain how to assemble your AdventureBot robot.
Don't Have a Windows PC?
Many of the tutorial videos demonstrate how to build AdventureBot using ARC for Windows. If you do not have a Microsoft Windows computer, watch the video below and follow along to build AdventureBot. Once AdventureBot is built, you may skip the Windows lessons and jump directly to the Mobile App Lesson.
Let's Get Building!
The EZ-Robot Camera connects to the EZ-B v4 with a 6 pin cable. Notches on the male connector match the EZ-B's female connector. This prevents the plug from connecting incorrectly. The camera connection is unique, making it easy to identify where to connect. It is impossible to connect the camera cable to the wrong connector, as it only fits in the matching plug.
Connecting Servos & I/O
Much like home theater speakers, the cables of the EZ-B and peripherals are color coded. The BLACK cable on the peripheral (i.e. servo) will connect to match the pin coming out the BLACK side of the EZ-B connector.
Note: Keep a close eye on the EZ-Bit's physical features so you can identify the orientation. In this example, notice the direction of the servo with recognizable features of the real physical EZ-Bit in your hand. If you connect an EZ-Bit backward, your robot will behave funny and not work as expected - but might be worth the laugh!
Use this image as a reference for correct Servo Orientation during the building process of your JD Humanoid Robot.