Sadly, Dr. E’s WeDo Challenges and Dr. E’s MINDSTORMS Challenges will no longer be posting new challenges. However, both websites will remain up so that you can continue to access the previous challenges and all of the wonderful submissions. Thank you to LEGO Education and to the Center for Engineering Education and Outreach at Tufts University for their years of support (and thank you to LEGO for their amazing robotics platforms). During the six years of WeDo challlenges and five years of MINDSTORMS challenges, we received almost 1000 submissions from around the world. The two websites had a total of 1266 registered users from 57 different countries. We were truly a global community! We have always been inspired and energized by the creativity and innovation shown by the Dr. E's Challenges community; while new challenges won't be posted moving forward, we hope that you continue doing awesome stuff in your homes, clubs, and classrooms and that you continue to share your projects with the world! Collaborating with all of you has been a joy and an inspiration. Thank you, The folks at Dr. E’s

Trick or Treat

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A few frends dressed in scary costumes came to scare a young lady. The door was opened with a gravity device and motion sensors were used to make the program intelligent so that we dont have to calculate where to stop the motor.

 

2 Comments

  1. simpson

    Annika, I love you robot! As Barbara said – it’s absolutely clever mechanizm. I’m impresed that you used gravity. I think you are advanced constructor and programmer. Best wishes. Can’t wait for your next robot!

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