Teams are getting fast at setting up and getting to work on programming
Some attachments need no motors to deliver bucky balls.
We are thinking about shirts.
St. Joe and Barboursville are using NXT.
Davis Creek and Barboursville are using RCX.
Young and old help out.
Davis Creek is putting two programs together on the same program slot
but using a light sensor fork.
One program will run if the light sensor is over a white part of the
and the other will run with the robotic is in position over a black
Many ideas were tried out and improved.
Getting the programs to work is great.
The walls are dry erase boards so planning can be done.
Marshall University students are helping out with other teams, also.