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Lego Light Explorer
A lego NXT robot that searches for stronger light source and drives in that direction while evading obstacles. Main building parts include 1 X NXT brick, 1 X Light sensor, 1 X Ultrasonic sensor, 3 X Servo motors. And each loading wheel has individual suspension.
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  September 30, 2010
There is a request by a Eurobricks AFOL on the post http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=43669 that asks for a photo of the UNDERSIDE of your MOC. Could you post this additional photo if your MOC is still not disassembled? Thanks.
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  July 3, 2010
Great, I tensely wait for your note!
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  July 3, 2010
Quoting Hank Hansen wow this is very good I used to do mindstorms that did simple tasks but this is incredible!
Thanks for your comment! Actually the NXT stuff can do much more crazy work, like solving Sudoku (http://tiltedtwister.com/sudokubuildinginstructions.html).
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  July 3, 2010
Quoting Siddhart Jaipal Excellent, it looks absolutely wonderful. I enjoyed your video and I have no words to explain how much I like your design.
Thanks for your comment! I'm somewhat flattered.
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  July 3, 2010
Quoting Mr. Inkognito Great! I like it very much and I need something similar. With that it should be possible to have a light source detection on a ship and point the main guns to this light source with correct turning and elevation, right? If you can help me with that (and are interested in) please drop me a note. There is a contact link on http://www.tirpitz.net. This would be the PERFECT addition to my model.
I've seen your VERY ambitious blueprint of the Bismarck class battleship and I am glad to help. Trying to find and track light source with two DOFs (rotation and elevation) is a new topic which interests me. I'd like to build a stationary fire platform when I have time to test the concept and share experience with you..
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  July 2, 2010
wow this is very good I used to do mindstorms that did simple tasks but this is incredible!
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  July 2, 2010
Excellent, it looks absolutely wonderful. I enjoyed your video and I have no words to explain how much I like your design.
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  July 2, 2010
Great! I like it very much and I need something similar. With that it should be possible to have a light source detection on a ship and point the main guns to this light source with correct turning and elevation, right? If you can help me with that (and are interested in) please drop me a note. There is a contact link on http://www.tirpitz.net. This would be the PERFECT addition to my model.
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  July 2, 2010
Quoting David Luders The YouTube video of this WICKED tank is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzL05oBfrM0&feature=player_embedded . Great job! I wonder if it has the ability to follow a laser pointer's dot on the floor.
Thanks for pointing out the link, I've added the link in the thread. The light sensor is not reading values on floor, but the 360 degree environment. If the laser is put at suitable height, maybe it is detectable.
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  July 2, 2010
The YouTube video of this WICKED tank is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzL05oBfrM0&feature=player_embedded . Great job! I wonder if it has the ability to follow a laser pointer's dot on the floor.
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  July 2, 2010
Wow! That one looks cool. I really want to see the video where the tank is searching for a strong light!
 
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