A FIRST LEGO league team (#144) that meets at the Carnegie Free Library of Swissvale on Saturday mornings during the fall and spring seasons. Meetings are from 9:30am to 12:30pm (including a snack break). One of the tenets of Andrew Carnegie libraries is that they offer free service to the community. In keeping with that important tenet, there is no cost to participate on the RoboCatz team.
This is a program to teach the robot computer programming language used for moving the robot. This simulator does not emphasize programming. Instead, it tries to teach strategies for getting the robot to accomplish goals and missions.
This is a program to teach the RobotC computer programming language.
For the 2018 season, you will need to enroll your child onto the team through a web-based system.
Create an account at:
Programming Exercises for RobotC
Joystick Programming (exercise-joystick-programming.htm) This is an exercise in programming the joystick used in the May Madness competition.
Line Following Exercise (exercise-in-line-following.htm) This is an exercise in Line Following with many examples of robotC code.
Function Overloading Exercise (exercise-in-function-overloading.htm) This is an exercise in Function Overloading and Multi Threaded programming with many examples of robotC code.
Our season will focus on robots that talk -- about trash. We will have talking robots.
Text to Speech
How do computers/robots talk?
What is Speech Synthesis?
How does the EV3 robot talk?
What is an Audio File?
What is the format of an EV3 audio file?
How big are EV3 audio files?
How mush storage space is on an EV3?
How many words can an EV3 speak?
How do we get that many words?
Like miners who dig in the earth, data mining involves the extraction of data from various sources
Free/Open Data Sources (Google's Guttenberg Project)
Who wrote the most words? Who wrote a lot of words?