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PRIZM Programming Guide: A Look at the Guide

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Before starting the TETRIX® PRIZM® Programming Guide activities, watch this visual walk-through by RoboBench’s Tim Lankford to help you prepare. He discusses compatibility issues, explains where to find the resources you need, and more.

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Adding PRIZM to the TrackBot
Adding PRIZM to the TrackBot
Adding the TETRIX PRIZM robotics controller to an existing robot needn't be a daunting task. RoboBench's Tim Lankford will show you how it's done on the MAX TrackBot.
Date Added 3/14/2017
Educator Review: Coding Essentials Curriculum Pack
Educator Review: Coding Essentials Curriculum Pack
Tune in as guest Aaron Maurer and RoboBench Host Tim Lankford discuss Aaron's in-class testing of the Coding Essential Guide and materials, which was created to teach programming with the TETRIX PRIZM Robotics Controller.
Date Added 9/1/2017
Adding PRIZM to the TETRIX MAX WorkCell
Adding PRIZM to the TETRIX MAX WorkCell
Automation in manufacturing is a reality in today’s world. If you’ve already built the TETRIX ® MAX WorkCell model, you can take that build to the next level by adding the PRIZM ® controller to automate the system like it would be in the real world.
Date Added 6/9/2017
Introduction to TETRIX PRIZM Robotics Controller
Introduction to TETRIX PRIZM Robotics Controller
Coding in the classroom is easier than ever with the TETRIX ® PRIZM ® Robotics Controller that uses the Arduino Software (IDE) platform. Want to know all the details? TETRIX designer Paul Uttley discusses all the PRIZM features with RoboBench’s Tim Lankford.
Date Added 9/14/2016
PRIZM Programming Guide: A Look at the Guide
PRIZM Programming Guide: A Look at the Guide
Before starting the TETRIX ® PRIZM ® Programming Guide activities, watch this visual walk-through by RoboBench’s Tim Lankford to help you prepare. He discusses compatibility issues, explains where to find the resources you need, and more.
Date Added 10/12/2016
PRIZM Programming Guide: Hello World!
PRIZM Programming Guide: Hello World!
Kickstart TETRIX ® PRIZM ® robotics programming in your classroom with this simple sketch that will blink the red LED – a classic beginning activity. In this first activity, RoboBench host Tim Lankford guides your students through the process.
Date Added 10/13/2016
PRIZM Programming Guide: Moving the DC Motor
PRIZM Programming Guide: Moving the DC Motor
Continue building the robotics programming foundation with this second TETRIX ® PRIZM ® programming activity. Following RoboBench host Tim Lankford, learn how to rotate the DC motor while looking closely at comments.
Date Added 10/13/2016
PRIZM Programming Guide: Moving a Servo
PRIZM Programming Guide: Moving a Servo
In Activity 3, RoboBench host Tim Lankford discusses what a servo is and then shows you how to program it to move it to a set position with the TETRIX ® PRIZM ® . You will continue to learn about sketch syntax, focusing on the include statement and object declaration.
Date Added 10/13/2016
PRIZM Programming Guide: Line Finder
PRIZM Programming Guide: Line Finder
In Activity 3, RoboBench host Tim Lankford discusses what a servo is and then shows you how to program it to move it to a set position with the TETRIX ® PRIZM ® . You will continue to learn about sketch syntax, focusing on the include statement and object declaration.
Date Added 10/13/2016
PRIZM Programming Guide: Ultrasonic Sensor
PRIZM Programming Guide: Ultrasonic Sensor
As RoboBench’s Tim Lankford works through Activity 5, learn how to code the TETRIX ® PRIZM ® and an Ultrasonic Sensor to read the distance from an object, plus understand how a serial monitor works and learn several new functions.
Date Added 10/13/2016
PRIZM Programming Guide: Drive Forward
PRIZM Programming Guide: Drive Forward
With the Getting Started activities and robot build complete, you are ready to make your robot move! RoboBench’s Tim Lankford shows you how to code a sketch to make your TaskBot move forward for a specific amount of time and then stop. Plus, learn three new functions.
Date Added 10/13/2016
PRIZM Programming Guide: Drive in a Circle
PRIZM Programming Guide: Drive in a Circle
In Activity 8, RoboBench Host Tim Lankford demonstrates how to apply robotics motor know-how to create a new behavior: driving in a circle. This coded behavior mimics the real-world example of a sprinkler system.
Date Added 10/14/2016