Apitor educational robot

7. Useful links

Apitor Educational Robot Chapter 7 Useful links Film Menu 1. Introduction apitor 2. How to connect a mobile phone to the Main Central Unit? 3. Setting Screen 4. Tutorial Screen 5. Code Screen 6. Home Screen 7. Useful links

6. Home Screen

Apitor Educational Robot Chapter 6 The Home Screen Chapter 6.1 Introduction The screen allows you to get acquainted with the robot without programming it. In fact, you don’t even have to build every structure. All you need to do is attach 2 wheels and possibly 2 distance sensors to the Main Central Unit as a …

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5. Code Screen

Apitor Educational Robot Chapter 5 Code Screen Chapter 5.1 Introduction You use the Tutorial Screen mainly in the first days after purchasing the robot and it is used for initial programming learning. However, your daily bread will be Code Screen Fig. 5-1 Code screen It has 2 icons in the lower right corner. Create – …

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4. Tutorial Screen

Apitor Educational Robot Chapter 4 Tutorial Screen Chapter 4.1 Introduction We will enter the window by clicking the “Tutorial” button. Here you will learn how to program the Robot the fastest. This is basically an introduction to programming. The programs are very short, but you will already see the effects. This can provide some satisfaction! …

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3. Setting Screen

Apitor Educational Robot Chapter 3 Settings Screen Chapter 3.1 Introduction After clicking the cross in Fig. 2-6 in Chapter 2, you entered the Settings Screen. Or in other words – The visualization of the Bluetooth communication process has disappeared from the Settings Screen in Fig. 2-6. You can also access Settings from the Home Screen …

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1. Introduction

Apitor Educational Robot Chapter 1  Introduction The set of blocks is intended for children from 8 years of age. But is it only for them? Or maybe even for a complete layman over forty? I assure you that there is no better way to learn programming. Because you see the specific effect of specific instructions. …

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