Sense

 

Sense is a robotic and computer programming system which allows users to explore, problem solve, and advance their computer programming abilities from just starting in visual block programming, to Python and C languages.

The sense platform can be expanded by over 45 different NeuLog sensors so that you can create solutions and codes the world has never thought of for any problem you try to over come.

Students can program the Sense via the “RoblocklySense” programming platform which runs through your browser. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is Sense

Sense –  First Glance
  • A robot, that comes with a programming platform.
  • A learning how to code: Visual Block Programming.
  • Sense can use any of Neulog’s 45 sensors.

Sense to a Student

  • The opportunity to program a robot and bring code to life.

Sense to a Teacher and Parent

  • An opportunity to allow kids to program with minimal technical barriers.
  • An opportunity for kids to problem solve and engineer as soon as they open the box.
  • An opportunity to advance through computer programming languages without cost.

 

 

 

A little about the Sense unit

Dimensions

L: 5.6” (14 cm)

W: 5.6” (14 cm)

H: 1.5” (34 cm)

W: 7.65 oz (217 g)

 

Sensors built in:

  • One bottom line detector
  • 5 IR range sensors
What can be added to Sense:
  • Battery power
  • NeuLog sensors
  • Gripper module
  • IR tracking module
  • IR transmitter
  • WiFi Python coding unit for tablets
  • C language coding unit for PC and Mac
  • Adapter for Arduino coding units

What’s in the Box

  • The Sense Unit
  • A mini to regular USB cable
  • Adapter for battery
  • A URL to downloads

 

 

 

 

 

You will need to provide:

A battery (Above 500 mAh) with a USB plug/port

 

 

 

What can you do with Sense

What can students do

 

Learn coding by programming Sense to do hundreds of actions!

Examples:

  1. Movement along black line on white surface
  2. Movement along walls or in a labyrinth
  3. Autonomic car – movement in a labyrinth when other robots are also moving there.
  4. Following a moving body holding IR transmitter using tracking module.
  5. Environment monitoring and measurement robot with NeuLog sensors.
  6. Robot games such as: football, catch me if you can, fighting robots.
What can educators and parents do  
  1. Teach basic coding using Visual Block
  2. Introduce robotics
  3. Use for programming classes, robotics clubs, STEM courses and more.
  4. Teach advance programming languages as student skills grow.
What can school districts do
  1. Turn computer programming into real world challenges.
  2. Build school, district, state, national competitions.
  3. Allow students to code cutting edge technology.

Is your device compatible and how to connect

sense software
1. Download the Robockly Sense application for PCs.
2. Connect the Sense to the PC using the USB cable.
3. Run the Robockly sense application from your desktop.

Given the rapid pace of technology and change we will be publishing software updates frequently and always free of charge. Software updates will always bring enhanced functionality and utility to your Sense bot! Please check back often for updates.

 

 

Examples of what others have done

   
   

 

 RoblocklySense Manual

 

 

Printable Patterns for Sense’s codes with the bottom sensor:

One line

 A3 size

Tabloid size

Used in sections: 1.3.2, 1.3.3, 1.3.5 in the RoblocklySense Manual

two lines

 A3 size

Tabloid size

Used in sections: 1.3.4, 1.4.1, 1.4.2 in the RoblocklySense Manual

oval shape

 A3 size

Tabloid size

Used in sections: 1.4.4, 1.5, 1.5.1, 1.5.2, 1.5.3 in the RoblocklySense Manual

Sense FAQ

Sense

Sense is a robotic and computer programming system which allows users to explore, problem solve, and advance their computer programming abilities from just starting in visual block programming, to Python and C languages.

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