Why Botball?
NASA
• “These are the sort of things
that 10, 12, 15 years ago
computer science PhDs were
working on, and now you’ve got
1...
Robot Magazine
• ” What is perhaps the most
surprising about the CBCv2 is
that, despite its
impressive features, it is one...
Why Botball?
• Encourages learners to build and develop their
knowledge of technology, engineering and
maths through creat...
Autonomous Robots!
• No remote controls are needed. Autonomous
robots are robots that can perform desired
tasks in unstruc...
KIPR Link Robot Controller
• Botball uses the KIPR Link, a powerful robot
controller developed by the KISS Institute for
P...
KIPR
• Following slides illustrate the hardware and
software used by all teams.
CBC v2
CBC v2
CBC power adapter
irobot create
Create Cable
Servos
Micro Servo
Standard Servo
Sensors
Analog Sensors
Digital sensors
Light sensor
Range Finder Sensor
encoder sensor
Large IR top hat sensor
large touch sensor
Long lever sensor
Small IR Top Hat Sensor
Small Touch Sensor
Metal Parts
Angle Bracket
Create Bracket
chassis
L Bracket
Motor bracket
1 x 10 Strapping Piece
1 x 19 Strapping Piece
3 x 8 Channel
3 x 12 Channel
3 x 16 Channel
4 x 12 Plate
D Bracket
Plus Bracket
Software
KISS IDE
KIPR 2D Simulator
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Why botball

  1. 1. Why Botball?
  2. 2. NASA • “These are the sort of things that 10, 12, 15 years ago computer science PhDs were working on, and now you’ve got 12, 14, 15 year old students doing it.” - David Lavery, Solar System Explorations, NASA
  3. 3. Robot Magazine • ” What is perhaps the most surprising about the CBCv2 is that, despite its impressive features, it is one of the easiest controllers and program I have used.” - Robot Magazine
  4. 4. Why Botball? • Encourages learners to build and develop their knowledge of technology, engineering and maths through creating a robot to solve a specific problem. • Meets all STEM standards
  5. 5. Autonomous Robots! • No remote controls are needed. Autonomous robots are robots that can perform desired tasks in unstructured environments without continuous human guidance.
  6. 6. KIPR Link Robot Controller • Botball uses the KIPR Link, a powerful robot controller developed by the KISS Institute for Practical Robotics. KIPR Link is an easy to use and powerful linux-based robot controller.
  7. 7. KIPR • Following slides illustrate the hardware and software used by all teams.
  8. 8. CBC v2
  9. 9. CBC v2
  10. 10. CBC power adapter
  11. 11. irobot create
  12. 12. Create Cable
  13. 13. Servos
  14. 14. Micro Servo
  15. 15. Standard Servo
  16. 16. Sensors
  17. 17. Analog Sensors
  18. 18. Digital sensors
  19. 19. Light sensor
  20. 20. Range Finder Sensor
  21. 21. encoder sensor
  22. 22. Large IR top hat sensor
  23. 23. large touch sensor
  24. 24. Long lever sensor
  25. 25. Small IR Top Hat Sensor
  26. 26. Small Touch Sensor
  27. 27. Metal Parts
  28. 28. Angle Bracket
  29. 29. Create Bracket
  30. 30. chassis
  31. 31. L Bracket
  32. 32. Motor bracket
  33. 33. 1 x 10 Strapping Piece
  34. 34. 1 x 19 Strapping Piece
  35. 35. 3 x 8 Channel
  36. 36. 3 x 12 Channel
  37. 37. 3 x 16 Channel
  38. 38. 4 x 12 Plate
  39. 39. D Bracket
  40. 40. Plus Bracket
  41. 41. Software
  42. 42. KISS IDE
  43. 43. KIPR 2D Simulator

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