Summer Robotics ’17 Day 3

Today’s video features building and programming WeDo 2.0’s Milo. By this time in the week, students have a good understanding of how gears and pulleys work, and they have experimented with touch sensors and tilt sensors, so they are now working on a variety of advanced projects. In the photo above you can see the base of a motorized ferris wheel, a draw bridge with a motion sensor, the beginnings of a mortorized carousel. Hopefully, these projects will be intomorrow’s video.