Vermillion Area Robotics Club

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VEX EDR RESOURCES

   Competition template for RobotC
   Autodesk Download for Illustrator Professional (please note the system requirements prior to downloading)
   ROBOTC Licenses (Email Susan to see if the club still has a free license to check out)

VEX IQ RESOURCES

   General IQ Programming/remote control programming

   Introduction to Programming VEX IQ

   SNAPCAD VIDEOS
         
   ROBOTC Licenses (Email Susan to see if the club still has a free license to check out)

ROBOTC RESOURCES

All VARC youth are encouraged to learn ROBOTC text-based programming language. While there are some differences between VEX EDR and VEX IQ environments, most of the programming commands are the same. Notable difference are competition files, remote control specifications (IQ-letters, EDR-#s), and max speed (IQ-100 and EDR-127). Youth will also need to change between the compiler settings in RobotC.  We have covered version-control, white space, commenting, IF-ELSE and WHILE statements along with Boolean logic. Below are the online materials all programmers are REQUIRED to watch BEFORE asking coach Susan for help with programming sensors in the 2017-2018 VEX season:

ROBOTC FUNDAMENTALS

Basic Programming Concepts (printout)

The following videos are links to the Computer Science Student Network’s CS2NLearn web site, a self-paced Learning Management system (LMS).

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MOVING FORWARD (NOTE:MAX Speed on EDR is 127 and IQ is 100)

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LINE TRACKING

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SHAFT ENCODERS

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BUTTON/SWITCH

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LIMITING THE ARM

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 LIMIT SWITCH

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 POTENTIOMETER

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 ULTRASONIC RANGEFINDER

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