On Ramp to Robotics Unit 2 (Sensing): Mars Mineral Challenge for the TI-84 Plus CE
Publisher: Texas Instruments Inc.
Texas Instruments Inc.
Topic: Computer Science , STEM
Tags Coding, Problem Solving, Programming, STEM, TI-Innovator Rover
In On-Ramp to Robotics Unit 2 – Sensing students will learn about the relationships between inputs (sensing) and outputs (motors, LED's, sounds) by utilizing the built-in sensors on the hub and rover.
Search the surface of Mars for mineral deposits.
Students explore the fundamentals of using sensors to control a robotic vehicle.
Sensing distance, color and light intensity
Measurement and units
Angles and the Unit Circle
Feedback and control
Learn to do the project yourself
Step 1: Get a Rover and Mars Map to practice with.
Go to www.TIstemProjects.com. Click on the Get Started Now button. Then fill out the form to begin the conversation with the STEM team.
Step 2: We recommend the following steps to prepare for the Rover On-Ramp to Robotics Unit 1 (Motion) lessons:
A. Start with 10 Minutes of Code Unit 1 Skill Builder 1
This “Hello World” lesson will give background on creating, storing, editing and running programs on the TI-Nspire.
B. Then do 10 Minutes of Code with TI-Innovator Technology Unit 4 (Making Rover Move)
These step-by-step skill builders will help you and your students get experience in writing programs for the Rover.
C. Then do On Ramp to Robotics: Unit 1 (Motion)/Mars Rover Challenge
Download and use the teacher materials on the activity page.
The lessons build to the final challenge of driving around the Olympus Mons volcano on the surface of Mars.
D. Finally, do On Ramp to Robotics: Unit 2 (Sensing)/Mars Rover Challenge
Download and use the teacher materials.
The lessons build to the final challenge of driving a path on the surface of Mars to discover mineral deposits of various types.
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