|To prevent mBot running after boot, use the onboard button as the start button. When the onboard button is pressed, the following script will be triggered.|
Point 1 How to make mBot move in a M-shaped track
|Divide the track of mBot into 4 segments:
Segment 1: Moving straight.
Segment 2: Turning right and moving straight.
Segment 3: Turning left and moving straight.
Segment 4: Turning right and moving straight.
Stop mBot by setting its forward-moving speed to 0.
By changing mBot’s speed in moving forward, turning left, turning right and its waiting time, the distance it moved and the angle it turned can be adjusted. Generally you need to try many times to get a proper angle. You should also consider conditions such as the ground it moves on and the motor power (electricity volume). Parameters in this example are for reference.
Point 2 How to get a proper value quickly
Taking “Segment 2: Turning right and moving straight” for example, place mBot on a white paper and enter an appropriate value, such as turning right for 1 second at 150 speed. Draw on the white paper the direction of mBot after its turning. If the angle is too big, you reduce the right-turning time; if too small, you increase the right-turning time. Repeat these steps and you can get a proper value.
|Task 1||Let mBot move in other tracks, such as a Z-shaped track.|
|Task 2||Add sound and light effects during mBot’s moving forward, such as lighting and honking during its turning.|
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