LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT-G Programming Guide, Second Edition

LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT-G Programming Guide, Second Edition By James Floyd Kelly
Publisher: Apress 2010 | 336 Pages | ISBN: 1430229764 | File type: PDF | 7 mb

James Kelly’s LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT-G Programming Guide, Second Edition is a fountain of wisdom and ideas for those looking to master the art of programming LEGO’s MINDSTORMS NXT robotics kits. This second edition is fully-updated to cover all the latest features and parts in the NXT 2.0 series. It also includes exercises at the end of each chapter and other content suggestions from educators and other readers of the first edition.

LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT-G Programming Guide, 2nd Edition focuses on the NXT-G programming language. Readers 10-and-up learn to apply NXT-G to real-life problems such as moving and turning, locating objects based upon their color, making decisions, and much more. Perfect for for those who are new to programming, the book covers the language, the underlying mathematics, and explains how to calibrate and adjust robots for best execution of their programming.

Provides programming techniques and easy-to-follow examples for each and every programming block
Includes homework-style exercises for use by educators
Gives clear instructions on how to build a test robot for use in running the example programs
What you’ll learn

Understand the basics of computer and robotic programming
Easily program your robot using the NXT-G 1.0 and 2.0 visual programming languages
Learn real-world techniques for moving, waiting, deciding, and much more.
Get familiar with new hardware such as the color sensor included in the NXT 2.0 kit
Control your robot manually from a remote control device
Learn basic math principles that will make you a better programmer
Who this book is fThis book is for people 10-years-old and up who are new to programming, or who are new to the NXT-G programming language. The book also appeals to educators who use NXT-G as a vehicle for teaching about robotics and programming principles.

About the AuthJames Floyd Kelly is a freelance writer living in Atlanta, Georgia, with degrees in English and Industrial Engineering. He is editor-in-chief of the world’s most popular LEGO NXT robotics blog,, which continues to draw an estimated 50,000 readers monthly, and is the author of three Apress LEGO robotics books including his latest, LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT 2.0: The King’s Treasure. James has also written on topics including building custom computers and free software, and he just completed Build Your Own CNC Machine, which shows readers how to build their very own computer controlled machine that cuts, drills, etches, and more. He and his wife have a 3 year old son and have another little boy on the way.

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