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Lego Mindstorms NXT 2.0 for Teens is a step-by-step guide to beginning programming and robotic development using Lego Mindstorms NXT. Instead of using computers to create and execute programs that run on the computer screen, Lego Mindstorms NXT lets programmers and robotic enthusiasts create programs on their computers and transfer them to mechanical Lego creations. With Lego Mindstorms NXT 2.0 for Teens, first-time programmers will learn to create programs that bring Lego creations to life!
Table of Contents
|Lego Mindstorms NXT Overview|
|Working with Robotic Motors and Sernsors|
|Adding Blocks and Gears|
|Getting to Know the NXT-G Development Environment|
|Basic NXT-G Programming Concepts|
|Working with Code Blocks|
|Advanced Programming Techniques|
|"Warning Will Robinson!"|
|A Robotic Watch Guard|
|A Robotic Race Car|
|A Robotic Crane|
|Building a Robotic Arm|
|A Robotic Armored Tank|
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