Workshop: How to Build a Lollybot

Finished!

Dr Tom ran a Lollybot building workshop over 4 weeks with a group of first year Computer Science and Software Engineering students.

 

 

 

 

Schedule

  • 3-5 pm,  Friday October 16th, 2015
    Construction
  • 3-5 pm, Friday October 30th, 2015
    Construction
  • 3-5 pm, Friday November 6th, 2015
    Programming
  • 2-4 pm, Tuesday November 17th, 2015
    Finish Construction!

Photo Gallery

Briefing the students.

Dr Tom briefing the students.

Looking up the instructions.

Checking the instructions.

Cutting the sides off of the joystick.

Aom cutting the sides off of the joystick to expose the rumble motors.

Removing the rumble motor counter-weights.

Game removing the rumble motor counter-weights.

Enlarging the motor holes.

Enlarging the motor holes.

Aeh and Junior working on their line sensor circuit.

Aeh and Junior working on their line sensor circuit.

Oil and First getting ready to turn the thumbsticks into bump sensors.

Oil and First getting ready to turn the thumbsticks into bump sensors.

Explaining how the wheels, motors and suspension work together.

Explaining how the wheels, motors and suspension work together.

Working on wheels.

Working on wheels.

Chupa Chups help you think.

Chupa Chups help you think about which way your robot’s wheels will turn.

Team iRobot-021076: First and Game

Team iRobot-021076: First and Game.

Team iRobot-014069: Aeh and Junior

Team iRobot-014069: Aeh and Junior.

Team iRobot-113120: Aom and Mew

Team iRobot-113120: Aom and Mew.

1/2 of the iRobot-052083 team: Aun Aun

A very happy Aun Aun from team iRobot-052083 (with Oil).

Team iRobot-90106: Teh and Chen

Team iRobot-90106: Teh and Chen.