Level D Preview

Want to know what you'll learn in Level D? Level D takes all the electronics, coding, and Raspberry Pi skills learned in Levels A-C and teaches you to build a functional robot.

Raspberry Pi 3 vs. Raspberry Pi 4

You might be wondering why our kits include the Raspberry Pi 3B instead of the recently released Raspberry Pi 4. Whenever you are learning a new piece of technology, it's important that the equipment you are using be reliable, have well established documentation, and have many compatible projects available.

Level B: Infrared Obstacle Sensors

In Level B you will learn to work with an infrared obstacle sensor as well as a level shifter. In this video, an infrared obstacle sensor is emitting infrared waves and watching for them to be reflected off an object. Reflection only happens if an object is fairly close in front of the sensor.

Level B: Working with Line Sensors

Time for another peek at one of the electrical components you will learn about in Level B: Line sensors. As your skills continue to progress throughout the levels, these line sensors are very useful with a functioning robot. By attaching these sensors to a robot, you would use similar commands to direct the robot to follow the line.

Level B: Temperature Sensors

Temperature sensors can be connected to the Raspberry Pi and set up to output the reading to a display, text message to your phone, to a CSV file (like Excel or Google Sheets), or to tweet out temperature updates on Twitter.

Level B: Working with RFID

In Level B you learn to work with RFID which stands for radio frequency identification. 

Level B: Working with a Matrix-style Keypad

The matrix-style keypad is taught in Intro to Robotics Level B. The keypad can be programmed to accept input that can be used to turn a program on or off. It can also be used to activate a component or trigger another action.

What is a Raspberry Pi?

Learn about the amazing Raspberry Pi and why we use it in all our Intro to Robotics kits.

Projects to Do After Completing Level A

A few projects to work on after completing Level A.

Why Use Curriculum to Teach Electronics, Programming, and Robotics?

Learn why using a curriculum and kit makes so much sense when teaching a student electronics, programming, and robotics.

Troubleshooting as a Valuable Skill

Troubleshooting is a valuable skill that can save time, money, and is looked for by STEM hiring managers.
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