By Jon Lazar
We all understand how striking LEGO is, and increasingly more everyone is getting to know what percentage notable belongings you can do with Arduino. In Arduino and LEGO Projects, Jon Lazar exhibits you the way to mix of the best issues in the world to make enjoyable devices like a Magic Lantern RF reader, a sensor-enabled LEGO tune field, or even an Arduino-controlled LEGO teach set.
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- See specific reasons and photographs of ways every little thing suits jointly
- Learn how Arduino suits into every one undertaking, together with code and factors
Whether you need to provoke your pals, annoy the cat, or simply sit back and indulge in the awesomeness of your creations, Arduino and LEGO Projects exhibits you simply what you wish and the way to place all of it jointly.
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Sensors allow a machine to monitor the world around it and react accordingly. In this chapter, you will create a project that will be able to react to its surroundings. When Google introduced their mobile operating system known as Android, they created a mascot to represent it. The little green robot became synonymous with the cell phones and tablets on which the operating system was installed. You are going to create this Android mascot and make him react to his environment. He will be able to “see” what is going on around him and turn to look when things get close within a 180 degree field of view.
A layer is added with 1 x 2 Technic bricks to hold the arms 44 Chapter 2 ■ Using Sensors with the Android Once the 1 x 2 Technic bricks are in place, two layers need to be added before you can add the ultrasonic sensors; otherwise, the sensors will continually be triggered by the arms. Figures 2-20 and 2-21 show the two layers building up the walls of the Android’s body. Figure 2-20. The first layer above the 1 x 2 Technic bricks is added Figure 2-21. The second layer is built above the Technic bricks 45 Chapter 2 ■ Using Sensors with the Android Once the walls of the body are built high enough to clear the arms with the sensors, it is time to add the sensors.
Turning the Head To turn the head, use a 2 x 2 round brick with a cross hole in the middle of it that a Technic pin can fit into. To support it, a 2 x 4 plate with holes in it will help lock it into place and allow the pin to fit through. This process can be seen in Figures 2-33 to 2-35. 52 Chapter 2 ■ Using Sensors with the Android Figure 2-33. The bottom of the Android’s head Figure 2-34. The round 2 x 2 brick with the Technic hole is placed in the middle. The spaces around it are filled in with 1 x 2 bricks 53 Chapter 2 ■ Using Sensors with the Android Figure 2-35.